Deep Learning with R
Deep learning refers to artificial neural networks that are composed of many layers. Deep learning is a powerful set of techniques for finding accurate information from raw data.
This tutorial will teach you how to leverage deep learning to make sense of your raw data by exploring various hidden layers of data. Each section in this course provides a clear and concise introduction of a key topic, one or more example of implementations of these concepts in R, and guidance for additional learning, exploration, and application of the skills learned therein. You will start by understanding the basics of Deep Learning and Artificial neural Networks and move on to exploring advanced ANN’s and RNN’s. You will deep dive into Convolutional Neural Networks and Unsupervised Learning. You will also learn about the applications of Deep Learning in various fields and understand the practical implementations of Scalability, HPC and Feature Engineering.
Starting out at a basic level, users will be learning how to develop and implement Deep Learning algorithms using R in real world scenarios.
About the Author
Vincenzo Lomonaco is a Deep Learning PhD student at the University of Bologna. He is also the PhD students' representative at the Department of Computer Science of Engineering (DISI) and teaching assistant of the courses “Machine Learning” and “Computer Architectures” in the same department. Previously, he was a Machine Learning software engineer at IDL in-line Devices and a Master Student at the University of Bologna where he graduated cum laude in 2015 with the dissertation “Deep Learning for Computer Vision: A comparison between CNNs and HTMs on object recognition tasks".
Who is the target audience?
- This course is for anyone with an interest in creating cutting-edge deep learning models in R.