Deep Learning made me feel that there is a way to build models and classify data so easily and in a skillful way. Amazing course!
Not so often i wish a course would be longer and more in depth I really enjoyed using TF I'll look some other courses about it
by Mitchell H•
All the code is TensorFlow1, which is unfortunately completely outdated. Also no assignments or final. But good for the fundamentals of TF.
by Alistair K•
Basic level but well explained, useful notebooks, not much on Tensorflow, more on the theory of the networks. Uses outdated Tensorflow v1
by Alexander S•
The course is good but you have to change the codes from TF1 to TF2 since is dificult for the learner tranaslate de codes by himself
by I'm M•
I do not consider the practical part to be exactly beginner level, but the theoretical material is very good.
by Jesus S d J•
Labs would need to be updated to new versions of Tensorflow
The presentations were clear and concise
by jordi p c•
There is a sense to be outdated. Not much activity in the forum, code which is not updated...
by Md S A•
It would be better if the exams are a bit more tough.
The questions are too easy to solve.
by Benhur O•
Too focus in coding but not in the underlying concepts and how to use the libraries.
by Jochen G•
Interesting view on tensor flow, but gap between labs and videos is quite big.
by suman k s•
But in this short duration we can't expect more.
by Giorgio G•
Course needs to be updated to Tensorflow 2.0 at least.
by Sanjeev G•
we should have more videos and theory also..
by Kabila H S•
The tensorflow version is outdated
by Rafi J O•
Outdated and not in depth enough.
by Emanuel N•
Falto mas teoria
by Bernardo A P•
No real dataset
by ABOUJAAFAR O•
by Juho H•
Disappointing stuff. The videos teach complex stuff like recurrent neural networks (RNNs like LTSM), restricted Boltzmann machines, and autoencoders very quickly - less than 10 minutes per "week" of learning. While the labs are extensive, you don't learn anything as the amount of TensorFlow code is totally intimidating and none of the steps are really explained. You can copy the code, but you won't develop an understanding of it in this course. Not to mention the code is so heavy the Skills Lab times out before the network is trained. Still, if you just want to claim you've done Tensorflow, you can click through the stuff in about 30 minutes per "week" of learning.
by Junsoo P•
The lectures only cover various neural nets and not how to actually implement them on Tensorflow, which should be the gist of the course. Further, the labs are at many places not compatible with the most recent Tensorflow version 2's, and only work for previous Tensorflow version 1's which are quite different. The labs must be re-written for the newest versions given Tensorflow's backward incompatibility.
by Dean E B•
Weakest of the IBM series I took. Problems with labs working. No response from questions on forums. A very shallow presentation of fairly deep subject matter. Very little background or use of TensorFlow.
by Stefan L•
This course was very informative and the labs are really well written.... however the code is SEVERELY out of date. It needs to be updated for TensorFlow 2.0, there is simply no excuse at this point
by Farrukh N A•
First of all it was too complex, unlike the course on PyTorch which focused on both Theory + Practical part. It focus only on theory.
by Pakawat N•
It is too basic and almost no technical detail about the DNN. It is not good for who have basic knowledge about this before.
by Sowmyashree S•
The codes should be provided with Tensorflow 2.0. Practical implementation should also be shown.
by César A C•
I think that the labs should have been updated to tensorflow 2.