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An Intuitive (and Short) Explanation of Bayes’ Theorem | BetterExplained

An Intuitive (and Short) Explanation of Bayes’ Theorem | BetterExplained | AI class | Scoop.it
Bayes' theorem was the subject of a detailed article:http://www.yudkowsky.net/bayes/bayes.html. The essay is good, but over 15,000 words long -- here's the...
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Lecture 1 | Machine Learning (Stanford)

Lecture by Professor Andrew Ng for Machine Learning (CS 229) in the Stanford Computer Science department. Professor Ng provides an overview of the course in ...
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Independent and identically distributed random variables - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Independent and identically distributed random variables - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia | AI class | Scoop.it
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Homepage | AI Challenge

The AI Challenge (sponsored by Google) is an international programming contest started by the University of Waterloo Computer Science Club.
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opennero - game platform for Artificial Intelligence research and education - Google Project Hosting

opennero - game platform for Artificial Intelligence research and education - Google Project Hosting | AI class | Scoop.it
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Lecture - 24 Reasoning with Bayes networks (Contd.)

Lecture Series on Artificial Intelligence by Prof. P. Dasgupta, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. For more Courses visit http://np...
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Top 10 Study Groups & Resources for Stanford’s Open Class on AI

Top 10 Study Groups & Resources for Stanford’s Open Class on AI | AI class | Scoop.it
AI is the first Stanford's full course available to the public for free. In a class of 140k+ students, one needs to find a serious study group. Here is a list of top resources which I could find in todays date...
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