i’m 10% into the Master Math by Coding in Python on Udemy and it’s going well. i would like to go on with other courses after finishing this, but am baffled by the sheer choice and i don’t want to do anything twice.
what would a suggested path of learning be? then i will be prepared when the next hysterical Udemy sale starts (i don’t mean the regular semi-hysterical sales that happen every week or so)
some background about capabilities and wishes:
- only professor X courses, the rest of these courses are too damn nervous with all their forced enthousiastic banter, silly hangman portfolio projects and promises of earning 30K a year without any effort
- though my brain is (or used to be, it was lying in a cupboard for some time) quite glorious, it has done it’s glorious bits in subjects totally not pertaining to math and coding (and physics)
- deep learning and AI sound very interesting (and quite evil?), so i thought i would slowly crawl through maths and derivatives, past machine learning, deep learning to AI. but as i am not very knowledgable in the field, this may be a simplistic or faulty idea i have. and i don’t know if i should also focus on statistics, or linear algebra, etc.
- due to the dusty rusty brain and my wanting to understand e v e r y t h i n g i’m not the fastest gal around, so i can’t do 4 courses at the same time in 2 months and i would like to finish before i get burnt to a crisp or harvested by AI machines (just been reading about AI alignment)
i included a screenshot of my heartthrob-list below but am open to other suggestions, thankyouverymuch
(oh look a semi-hysterical sale!)