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In this course, you'll learn how to apply Supervised, Unsupervised and Reinforcement Learning techniques for solving a range of data science problems.

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Not youtube, but I love Charles Isbell and Michael Littman's machine learning course on Udacity: They explain the topic in a very clear way, and are very funny
The last two lectures in the The Georgia Tech Machine Learning course on Udacity cover some basics of Game Theory. Just skip ahead, the game theory part is mostly self-contained. The Reinforcement Learning course includes some of the same (exactly the same) game theory content and then adds an additional lecture on further topics in game theory Again, skip to the last couple lectures.



Deep Learning:

* Jeremy Howard's incredibly practical DL course

* Andrew Ng's new deep learning specialization (5 courses in total) on Coursera

* Free online "book"

* The first official deep learning book by Goodfellow, Bengio, Courville is also available online for free

Feb 16, 2017 · timdorr on TensorFlow 1.0 Released
The Udacity ML course is gradual enough to avoid overwhelming you, but really in-depth:

Definitely recommend that as a good starting point. Isbell and Littman can be a bit cheesy at points, but they're very clear and thorough.

If the author is here, thank you very much for providing this. I wanted to to look it into Jupyter and machine learning and this is probably the right way to start. I tried the course one Udacity for machine learning (Python, Scikit-Learn) but it not my way of learning things,since I like to fiddle around instead of going the straight way . If anyone is interested in an alternative check out the Udacity coure .
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