This one’s a little unusual of a post since I don’t have any stories, algorithms, math or philosophy to write about, but I spent the past week putting together a complete lecture on the mathematics that underlie neural networks.
It’s about 5 hours long, but there in the description there are timestamps to every subject covered in the video, which is in the twenties or thirties.
Here’s the syllabus of covered topics if you’d like.
Check it out!
Adam Dhalla is a high school student out of Vancouver, British Columbia. He is fascinated with the outdoor world, and is currently learning about emerging technologies for an environmental purpose.
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