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Google Launches New Machine Learning Show For Developers

By Chris Crum

April 6, 2016

Google announced the launch of a new show called “Machine Learning: Recipes for New Developers” on the Google Developers YouTube channel. The company intends to use it to teach developers “the ropes” of machine learning without requiring major prerequisites like calculus. That’s in the first few episodes at least, the first of which is live.

The premiere basically serves as an introduction to machine learning and why it’s important. It provides a recipe for supervised learning, which is a technique to create a classifier from examples.

“Six lines of Python is all it takes to write your first machine learning program!” says Google developer advocate Josh Gordon.

“As the series progresses, we’ll walk you from ‘Hello World’ to solving some real world problems,” he says.

The episodes will be published bi-weekly and run about 5-10 minutes. Sometimes they’ll have guests on who work with machine learning on different teams around the company. [...]

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