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Learn Kotlin Fast with new Kotlin Bootcamp course

Posted by Aleks Haecky, Training Developer & Word Artist, Google+, LinkedIn, Medium The Kotlin Bootcamp Udacity course is a free, self-paced online course that teaches you the basics of the Kotlin programming language. This introduction to Kotlin was created by Google experts in collaboration with Udacity and is for people […]

How I’m Learning Deep Learning in 2017 — Part 3

How I’m Learning Deep Learning — Part III I’ve said yes to far too many hidden units Part of the How I’m Learning Deep Learning Series: Part I: A new beginning.Part II: Learning Python on the fly.Part III: Too much breadth, not enough depth. (You’re currently reading this)Part IV: AI(ntuition) versus AI(ntelligence). Extra: My Self-Created […]

How I’m Learning Deep Learning In 2017 -Part 2

How I’m Learning Deep Learning — Part II Learning Python on the fly Part of the How I’m Learning Deep Learning Series: Part I: A new beginning.Part II: Learning Python on the fly. (You’re currently reading this)Part III: Too much breadth, not enough depth.Part IV: AI(ntuition) versus AI(ntelligence). Extra: My Self-Created AI Master’s Degree Rather than […]

Vehicle Detection and Tracking From a Front-Face Camera

Udacity Self-Driving Engineer Nanodegree — term 1, assignment 5. Goal This is the report created for the fifth and final assignment of the first term of Udacity Self-Driving Car Engineer Nanodegree. The challenge was to create an algorithm that detects other vehicles on the road, using video acquired using a front-face camera. […]

Coursera vs Udacity for Machine Learning

Udacity’s Machine Learning Engineer Nanodegree Thumbnail 2018 is an exciting time for students of machine learning. There is a wealth of readily available educational materials, and the industry’s importance only continues to grow. That said, with so many easily accessible resources, choosing the right fit for your interests can be […]

How Udacity Students Build Path Planners for Highway Driving

Many students describe the Path Planning Project as the most challenging project in the entire  today! How Udacity Students Build Path Planners for Highway Driving was originally published in Udacity Inc on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. GurupriyanGurupriyan is a Software […]

“Mad Tadpoles” — game made by polish students at Udacity & Google Android Basics Challenge

Hello everyone! I am really happy to introduce you game, that was made by group of people from our Polish regional channel on Slack! Meet the “Mad Tadpoles” (beta) https://medium.com/media/9259cbaef44b15d32450c427f442cf02/href Mad Tadpoles is in beta stage now. We are still working on it. If you want to be a tester download […]

Why I’m getting a (nano)degree in Deep Learning

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” ― Mahatma Gandhi Deep learning is already present in search, comms, advertising, commerce, finance, medicine, media, and many other fields. Its reach will only increase in the years to come. When you realize that the […]

How Self-Driving Cars Work

Earlier this fall I spoke about how self-driving cars work at TEDxWilmington’s Transportation Salon, which was a lot of fun. The frame for my talk was a collection of projects students have done as part of the Udacity Self-Driving Car Engineer Nanodegree Program. https://medium.com/media/20b317d577e5a00912e2b065f39be1f9/href So, how do self-driving cars work? Glad you asked! […]

Review: Udacity Data Analyst Nanodegree Program

Udacity’s , the program’s curriculum lead at the time of the refresh, is present throughout the program as he introduces each course, its purpose in the program, and its instructor(s). Course content is made up of a combination of videos, text, and quizzes. Videos tend to range from 30 seconds […]