Oct 30, 2018
The lectures covers lots of SOTA deep learning algorithms and the lectures are well-designed and easy to understand. The programming assignment is really good to enhance the understanding of lectures.
Jul 01, 2019
The course is very good and has taught me the all the important concepts required to build a sequence model. The assignments are also very neatly and precisely designed for the real world application.
por Reetu H•
Dec 23, 2019
There were lot of bugs in the assignments taking up lot of time to fix. The course was okay, I liked the other courses in the specialization more.
por Kaupo V•
May 07, 2018
The Keras programming exercises are quite weak. Please re-think how to teach them more systematically. Currently it is quite a lot of hit and miss.
por Leandro A•
Mar 18, 2018
There was a bug in a programming assignment notebook that took too much time to notice that i was doing ok but the expected ouptut was wrong
por David H P•
Apr 03, 2018
The programming assignments required some extra effort to understand Keras which I thought may need an introduction video like tensorflow.
por Iván V P•
Feb 18, 2018
Several grader issues, only 3 weeks of work, and a lot of errors in the solutions... In addition, less content than in the other courses...
por Hang Y•
Aug 24, 2018
Compared with previous courses, this one seems to be rushed. The focus on applications seems to be much higher than the theoretic side.
por Yash R S•
May 09, 2018
Not as great as the other courses in the specialisation. The assignments can be a little off putting, but lectures are top class again.
por Roberto S•
May 12, 2020
Week 1 took double time to be completed. Times proposed for the assingnement are underestimated.
Please readjust the assingement time.
por Ankit S•
Jul 17, 2018
Assignments are not up t the mark.. Expected to have high vocabulary size word embedding assignment, Machine Translation assignments
Feb 16, 2018
This course was good but in comparison to the other courses in the deeplearning course series, this course lacked adequate depth.
Jan 23, 2020
The course is a good course because the lecture Ng.W ,but the exercises is not easy for our beginers for such tools like kears.
por Seng P T P P•
Nov 08, 2019
The programming assignments in this course are difficult to implement. The detail descriptions are needed inside the notebooks.
por Thomas N•
Mar 09, 2018
Good subject, but a lot of the course material (like lecture slides and problem sets) was either unavailable or out of date.
por Vinjosh V•
May 11, 2020
The videos are great - however it would be useful to provide some help on how to implement the concepts programatically.
por Søren M•
Feb 16, 2018
Not as good as the previous courses in the series, and some of the assignments where broken, and super hard to debug.
por Sandeep P•
Jul 27, 2020
Nice but little stressful. After completing 5 courses in a row, really feeling exhausted. Thanks for the good work.
por Rudolf S•
Jul 15, 2019
Quite a lot of bugs in the first week examples. It took me too much time until I browsed the discussion forums.
por Maysa M G d M•
Jun 25, 2018
I think you have to know more keras than is explained in the course. The keras documentation it is not enough.
por Raghav G•
Jul 13, 2020
An average course, it is detailed though some of the ending materials get too difficult for me to comprehend.
por Michael K•
Aug 06, 2018
Assignments are very buggy and instructions misleading or incomplete. However the core material is excellent
por Pankaj R•
May 08, 2018
Require a little depth, considering the complexibility. At least 4 Week course should be their instead of 3
por Gargi V•
Feb 07, 2020
There were a lot of issues with the notebook especially, for the week 3. The concepts were well explained.
por Mikko L•
Apr 14, 2018
Would have required more of the "intuition" building material. Worst of the 5 course series, but still ok!
por Shengyu H•
Feb 06, 2020
Contents are way too easy and the video recordings are often a bit broken (repetition, blank audio, etc.)
por Alexander B•
Feb 14, 2018
incredibly boring. I mean at some task you literally asked to type in "= False" instead "= None". Really?