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> A Hands-On Introduction to Machine Learning

A Hands-On Introduction to Machine Learning


Chirag Shah, University of Washington
Published 2022


Packed with real-world examples, industry insights and practical activities, this textbook is designed to teach machine learning in a way that is easy to understand and apply. It assumes only a basic knowledge of technology, making it an ideal resource for students and professionals, including those who are new to computer science. All the necessary topics are covered, including supervised and unsupervised learning, neural networks, reinforcement learning, cloud-based services, and the ethical issues still posing problems within the industry. While…

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  • Assumes no prior exposure to programming or machine learning-ideal for non-Computer Science majors
  • Covers all the topics needed for a working knowledge of machine learning
  • Hands-on approach means students can build an employable skillset while they learn
  • Industry insights provide real world context, preparing students for their future careers

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