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Learn the secrets of self-driving cars

What do Demolition Man, I, Robot and Minority Report have in common? Self-driving cars. I may be misremembering one or all of the above; the point is that self-driving cars were our vision of the future, and now that they’re here, they’re still super cool. You can learn how it all works with The Robotics & Machine Learning of Self-Driving Cars learning kit.

Not only is this a fascinating topic, as part of your training you’ll pick up many useful skills for your repertoire. You’ll become familiar with Python, one of the most versatile and user-friendly languages out there. You’ll discuss linear regression, artificial neural networks, and Support Vector Machine (SVM).

Once you’ve got this machine learning knowledge, you can apply it in all sorts of other ways, even to make money through financial trading models. Self-driving cars is just the most rock and roll way.

Self-driving cars were our vision of the future, and now that they’re here, they’re still super cool.

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