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Learn the computer vision skills behind advances in robotics and automation.

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r/megalinks • comment
15 points • uoy___kcuf

There are absolutely no UDACITY courses here, if someone has access to that site please upload any of the following if you can:










r/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • my_password_is______

udacity has a computer vision nanodegree, but its expensive $999

good to hear that there are good alternatives

r/learnmachinelearning • post
2 points • MEnnabah
Computer Vision Engineer As a Goal. Where to Start?

I am an iOS Engineer with a good experience. Currently, I'm trying to expand my skill set into broader topics including deep learning and computer vision. Eventually, combine the broader topics into my day to day job, which is an iOS Engineer.

I can combine between by working on iOS Frameworks & SDKs, or mobile applications. Job example is Lyft Autonomous currently looking for iOS Engineer with autonomous knowledge.

Anyways, I found Computer Vision Nanodegree from Udacity in in collaboration with Affectiva and Nvidia Deep Learning Institute. However, it has a prerequisite: Deep Learning Nanodegree.

For the deep learning, I'm currently comparing between:

Given the courses contents, instructors and projects, I'd love to hear from you, which is better. I have made a detailed PDF file to compare between both. Please take a look: Deep-Learning-Nanodegree-Comparison.pdf

Feel free to suggest other courses or discuss anything come up to your mind!

Thank you for your help!

r/computervision • comment
1 points • enes81

I also wanna start a CV course in this time. I couldn't decide yet but here is a list of courses I found.