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Arpan likes to find computing solutions to everyday problems. He is interested in human-computer interaction, robotics and cognitive science. He obtained his PhD from North Carolina State University, focusing on biologically-inspired computer vision. At Udacity, he spends a good chunk of time designing interactive exercises for his courses, besides working on pet projects to improve or automate workflow.
David Joyner completed his Ph.D. in Human-Centered Computing at Georgia Tech specializing in delivering automated feedback and assessment to students in exploratory learning environments. He joined Udacity to develop exercises, projects, and (one day!) entire courses that adapt to the learner's ability and progress.
With a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Michigan, Luis has worked as a mathematical researcher and university professor and as a Machine Learning engineer at Google, where he applied predictive algorithms to generate recommendations for YouTube
Scientist, educator, inventor, and entrepreneur, Sebastian led the self driving car project @ Google X and founded Udacity, whose mission is to democratize education by providing lifelong, on-demand learning to millions of students around the world.
Vincent Vanhoucke is a Principal Research Scientist at Google, working with the Google Brain team on deep learning research and infrastructure. He completed his Ph.D. at Stanford University on speech recognition, and now focusses his research on image and video understanding as well as mobile and robotic perception.
An experimental physicist by training, Katie first got interested in machine learning by using it to search for new particles like the Higgs boson. Since nobody should need a PhD in physics to play around with machine learning, though, she leapt at the chance to teach others about using data analysis to solve interesting problems. When not discovering new particles or teaching, she’s usually trail running or bribing her deskmate’s dog with treats.
This is my first nano-degree and it was great experience
The nanodegree is very well structured. Perfect for someone who has little experience with python. He can surely get hands on with pandas and numpy after taking this nanodegree. Superb!!
I would like to take a moment and thanks Udacity for giving out this foundation program on Machine Learning. All the foundational concepts taught over here will help me to continue my machine learning journey. This was my first nanodegree and trust me it is way better than the free courses. Thanks! :)
Truly world class and real-world projects yet covers all the essential basic constituents from a academic perspective.
Wonderful. Covered most of the topic.
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India will face a demand-supply gap of 2 lakh ML & Data Analytics professionals by 2020 by Mckinsey. The demand for trained ML professionals has never been higher!
Highest salary of Rs. 40 lakhs offered to a Udacity Machine Learning Engineering graduate
Machine Learning Engineer rated as the fastest growing job in the last 5 years with over 10 times increase in jobs posted
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