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I also tried deep learning book by nikhil ketkar i dont seem to understand much I think i know decent high school and engineering maths what extra maths do i need to learn?

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Deep learning is somewhat different from machine learning (but comes under the same umbrella) in that it requires understanding of neural networks.

Are you sure?High school maths is not even worth mentioning & as for engineering maths,unless it is a full fledged 2 semester course where B S Grewal maths book is the most basic one you read then I doubt it is enough.I think i know decent high school and engineering maths what extra maths do i need to learn?

Deep learning is somewhat different from machine learning (but comes under the same umbrella) in that it requires understanding of neural networks.

Thanks for the link much appreciated Yeah that book had neural networks and many partial differential equations statistics which I didn’t understand.Will look into maths more.

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Are you sure?High school maths is not even worth mentioning & as for engineering maths,unless it is a full fledged 2 semester course where B S Grewal maths book is the most basic one you read then I doubt it is enough.

I had engineering maths 2 semester but i dont know it was bs grewal or not.The maths was quite hard barely passed

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That’s the problem I am not able to understand the concept.

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Deep learning is somewhat different from machine learning (but comes under the same umbrella) in that it requires understanding of neural networks.

Which guide you followed?

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No guide, learned at my workplace. I don't work in ML, but I have some colleagues who do and I implement integrations to their ML modules, so I have some idea. But not so much that I can build an ML model on my own.Which guide you followed?

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Supervised learning and Unsupervised learning is actually quite simple. Any kind of "learning" that the machine does without any external influence is called Unsupervised Learning. However, whenever there is labeling of data by human or other sources to create divisions in different type of groups that is made when categorizing data, it's referred to as Supervised Learning.That’s the problem I am not able to understand the concept.

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Its by Andrew Ng.This course is very popular but little bit outdated.It uses Octave programming language instead of python.

@Desmond David I am also following this data science book but its math heavy.

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