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Great overview of Neural Networks evolution, what was its weaknesses and what ways found to overcome them.

Great DL Framework.

It took me exactly one year to complete this course (although I was not very active but I was regular). I would say, the course is the most appropriate for anyone who loves interpretations of everything. It has ignited me to think (constantly) about how our brain works. I thoroughly enjoyed and (probably) learned a lot. Thank you Professor Hinton, the TAs, my fellow classmates, and Coursera. If you're committed to learning, you won't regret after you finish the course!!!!

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