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I have already learned some traditional AI techniques (alpha-beta pruning, MCTS). Now I want to get into Machine Learning. I know a little bit about neural networks, but that's all.

What are some resources for learning Machine Learning?

It would be good if the resource is based on some cloud platform, as my laptop is not very fast.

My end goal is to implement the Expert Iteration algorithm (see "Thinking Fast and Slow with Deep Learning and Tree Search").

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  • $\begingroup$ Did you try the internet? I know the answer is sarcastic but there's no way you could not possibly find decent information (actually much is very good) if you looked there. It would keep most people busy learning new ML topics for years and years. A better question would be related to some specific topic you can't find information on and don't understand. $\endgroup$ – Dunk Sep 17 at 17:10
  • $\begingroup$ @Dunk I guess the question really is what are some "good" resources, i.e reputable. $\endgroup$ – PyRulez Sep 17 at 21:01
  • $\begingroup$ Somehow Google seldom puts up an extraordinarily bad option when I look for tutorials on specific topics. I suspect their algorithm shows popular sites first. IOW, pick a topic and I doubt you won't find something decent in short order. Anyhow, I've actually found YouTube to be amazing, besides the class lecture videos I've found many great tutorial sources. At the moment the 2 that come to mind (which apparently made an impact because I remember their names) are 3Brown1Blue and StatsQuest. Although there are many others that are quite good. $\endgroup$ – Dunk Sep 17 at 22:43
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There is an excellent book on neural networks written by Michael Nielsen. Here, take a look - http://neuralnetworksanddeeplearning.com/

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I used to refer to the book An Introduction to Statistical Learning, by J. Gareth et al. But if you are looking for courses, Coursera has some great content. Otherwise, if looking to pursue Post Graduation in Machine Learning, try this one.

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