Deep learning is the leading approach to many problems in computer vision, speech recognition, NLP, and other areas. In this presentation, I will give a broad overview of deep learning. I will discuss the key reasons for its success, and the important role that scalability plays. I will also describe unsupervised learning approaches to deep learning--such as the "Google cat" result, in which a neural network learned to recognize cats by watching unlabeled YouTube videos--and discuss why this might become increasingly important. Finally, I will discuss recent trends in deep learning, and some possible future applications.
Andrew Ng is Chief Scientist of Baidu; Chairman and Co-founder of Coursera; and an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University. In 2011 he led the development of Stanford University’s main MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) platform and also taught an online Machine Learning class to over 100,000 students, leading to the founding of Coursera. Ng’s goal is to give everyone access to a great education, for free. Today, Coursera partners with top universities to offer online courses. With over 9 million students, it is the world's largest MOOC platform. Ng also works on machine learning, with an emphasis on deep learning. He had founded and led the “Google Brain” project, which developed massive-scale deep learning algorithms. This resulted in the “cat” result, in which a massive neural network with 1 billion parameters learned from unlabeled YouTube videos to detect cats. More recently, he is working to build up Baidu Research, which is developing applications of large scale deep learning to computer vision, speech, NLP, and other areas. Recent awards include being named to the Time 100 list of the most influential people in the world; Fortune 40 under 40; and being named by students as one of the top 10 professors across Stanford University.
iquely best for youth? A When some of a course's 9 minute audio training modules viralise around millions of youth who then collaborate round job creation- or progressing investments in millennium goals from the bottom up
-see eg MOOCyunus as several thousand entrepreneurs at Skoll 10th world championship cheering such an idea
reference- search how both daphne koller as designer of coursera and sal khan as designer of khanacademy see the 9 minute training module as the most impactful feature the world of education has ever been blessed to use
1.1 coursera has many features that may help to start up such a viralisation- also the fact that several hundreds of thousand people may be action learning live around a best for world's coursera makes these feature possibilities very different from uses you may heave encountered where barely any audience is coming back again and again
2.0 students of coursera are asked to sign a content secrecy pledge so as not to spoil the course's surprise impact on future course-takers - regarding open value multipliers, this is a relative weakness of coursera compared with khanacademy's 24/7 free learning access but it does help to ensure that you get that year's most motivated youth signing up-
2.1 Secrecy pledges also make it difficult to discuss what a best for youth coursera looks like - we hope that Jeff Borland at University of Melbourne doesn't mind us showing this mock up
.. Searching who sees mooc free university as humanity's greatest ever collaboration project....
Platforms : koller NG : Khan, Berners Lee
Entrepreneurial Revolution Content partners : BRAC , Soros
Investors in humanity Soros, Skoll, Barrett, Butler-Sloss,
Investors in brands that could value freeing their sectir's most sustainable purpose- Mackey, head of Tata, Jack Ma, Anderson (deceased), Riboud
Lifelong pro-youth educators: Gandhi Family, Blecher,
Other friends of Norman Macrae Remembrance Parties: Japan Ambassadors, JICA
3MOCK-up of a best for youth Coursera
The picture below comprises to the main features students can linkin while the course is alive- also part of a post I made to the forum- and 3 ads to open learning I would love to post if future coursera ever take ads that support youth open education revolution
3.1 Below we guide to you each of the features - discussing both the way coursera expects them to be used and more massive collaboration job creating experiments youth may want to free
ncluding World Bank Jim Kim's #2030now invitation to linkin 2 defining value chain transformations of the net generation
The Soros Lectures, Conscious Capitalism, Unseen Wealth https://class.coursera.org/money-001/forum/thread?thread_id=218
Curriculum is first to be hosted by alumni of Soros http://www.ineteconomics.org - promises to fit with total rethink of economics from ground-up. Specific announcementhttp://ineteconomics.org/blog/institute/free-course-economics-money-and-banking-produced-institute-new-economic-thinking
Host of this curriculum Perry Mehrling is author of The New Lombard Street - a title that refers to Lombard Street by Walter Bagehot - in many insiders view the greatest economist ever to edit The Economist. Of course, greatest is a system value design judgement. Back In 1843 the purpose and values of The Economist were defined as mediating leading decision-makers of The Industrial revolution with the goals of ending hunger and ending capital abuse of youth. Pro=youth economics curriculum linked to 170 years of knowledge sharing at The Economist are at http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/can-you-help-with-the-book-on-curriculum-of-entrepreneurial revolution
Start of Mehrling speech at George Soros hosted event on the crisis
George Soros with his super bubble hypothesis has perhaps the most expansive sense of what has ended but his analysis is of but a piece
As a historian of monetary and financial economics, I recognise this entire line of commentary as continuous with the great tradition of British central banking thought going back at least to Watler Bagehot's Lombard Street. In this regard, I would note Ralph Hawtry's emphasis on the inherent instability of credit - a phrase he used to emphasise the weakness of self-regulatory forces in the money market and the consequent need for active central bank management . Today's new twist is the suggestion that central banks have become part fo the problem by helping inflate bubbles: by keeping interest rates too low and then by preventing the subsequent collapse from claaring out the bad credit so that each subsequent bubble gets built on shakier financial foundations than the previous one. In this talk I would like to observe mistaken monetary theory- the problem I suggest is that central bankers have been listening too much to academics rather than their own rather different intellectual tradition.. I will refer to this indigenous practitioners intellectual tradition as The Money View to distinguish it for the academic economics view and the academic finance view both of which determinedly abstract from the monetary plumbing behind the wall in order to focus on other matters ,,, more athttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYkGUBgxDOM
There is a widespread sense that the crisis of the last 2 years marks the end of one era and the beginning of another even though there remains debate about what exactly has ended and even more about what will replace it. http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/wiki-of-first-mooc-by-alumn-of-soros-inetecononics-org/
The Money View blog
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open tech people matched up with the right partners of government that wants to serve the people and bottom up ngo that convince telecoms and bankers that they are not going to be able to chain people to debt or addictive images any more so they may as well multiply value around investing in the deepest community chalenges youth want to co-produce solutions for
bans with value eg http://www.gabv.org/
cashless banking may turn out to be part 2 of the pro-youth curriculum of banking http://bankmooc.blogspot.com…
t go if sustainability is to be the 21st century
my feeling is west coast megaplayers of internet are not going to lead this but we still need to bridge with google- the job creating educators i have so far found/trust most come from bangladesh, india, japan, china, south africa, kenya .. and MIT as the one main western hub (more specifically google africa's strategy is led by the kenyan lady who invented ushahidi a great use of it and she is now in s africa linked into mandela-branson-blecher-free university models which are as exciting as anything that the world of education has to offer in 40 years of searching -when you bridge kenya and bangladesh you get the world's most exciting village labs of cashless banking -someone could remind obama that one parent came from kenya and the other replicated bangladeshi microcredit as it used to exist in 80s in indonesia- if anyone was parented to value bottom up usaid it was he- moreover the most exciting curriculum for pre-teen financial literacy was invented in an indian orphanage. has been transfreered to 90 countries with BRAC the number 1 instructor)
friends of The Economist's Norman Macrae, world class brands experts and I i see facebook as the net generation's number 1 enemy of media and education getting smarter as i believe it is all about mass media taking over - dumbing down - what my family's life work has argued could be the way the net generation could be free to be 10 times more productive by escaping all the command and control spin of mass media
i also assembling the peer to peer content of smart curriculum as the most urgent race now that MOOCS are popping up everywhere http://youth10000education.blogspot.com planetMOOC.com- my friends including some of those cc'd are searching the world for whom to invite first to assemblemicroeducationsummit - what methods bring job creation back to the whole education chain and also invest in youth co-producing the most exciting goals collaboration and smart media could facilitate
there's a catch 22 to those of us who want to linking job-designed apps but are not tecchies - there are so many tech tools where I wish there was one hi-trust portal showing how ordinary non-tech people can make best job creating or collaboration use of the tool in the opposite way of being commanded and controlled that most ad-led media does- if only there was one portal where eg best cases of how to were edited by and for all of us who need to learn how to create jobs with new media- ultimately i believe we have to get the right sorts of people and peer networks converging on microeducationsummit before we will see how to start such a portal and keep mooc design -and so the most economical of education systems - open for job creation
to see where education could have got to if wealthier nations educators had enjoyed The Economists' first 40 years of entrepreneurial revolution dialogues - see the new zealand movement www.thelearningweb.net which has co-partnered with 10 million chinese parents -also see paper from the inaugural adma smith scholars edited journal of social business,
vision 2020- update of The Economist's Norman Macrae 1984 first vision of how internet can end poverty - by Gordon Dryden, youth champion, New Zealand
by Gordon Dryden at the epiicentre of the learning web revolution it tracks what western internet media added to the pie from Norman Macrae's 1984 book on what net generation could be
cheers chris macrae washington dc 301 881 1655…
e and sustainable of all
the sorts of partners we would lik to link together include
www.brac.net the number 1 job creating ngo in the world
mit the number 1 job creating alumni network
www.ashden.org the prize network for green community networked energy
suggestions welcome in this thread, to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
at linkedin discussions such as 1 2
stising spot that all but ended it
notes on how to save world with 12 minute presentations... open education offers millions the chance to action learn a course on job creating - 12 minute presentaions are the molecular content at MOOCS such as coursera - the race is one to viralise the first course to reach a billion youth with job creating ideas that are more sustainable than durgs dealing or street violence
..for notes on how to ruin the world with 20 second spot mindsets - www.futureofbbc.com start with what murdoch empire did in uk ; discuss how every years has spent more in real terms on ad costs and caused addiction , depression and loss of public service integrity let alone honets banking or affordable healthcare or food that is good for your body or secure for your nation to produce..
on why this subject is a life changing collaboration for you and we will see it we can snailmail you a copy..
I don't think that Kenya does lead the world in mobile money ; I think Bangladesh http://www.bkash.com Admittedly arguments over national leadership are so very 20th century. Henceforth in mooc's pro-youth and mobile's borderless world -as The Economist first argued in 1976: The Entrepreneurial Revolution needed to make the net generation the most collaborative and productive will links in global village microfranchises valued because they are most trusted to be openly replicated wherever most life critically needed.
Both mpesa and bkash have the same team of technology wizards linking them in : nick hughes whose social meta-lab is kenya and the redoubtable quadir brothers whose meta open tech labs are Bangla and MIT . http://bracnet.ning.com/forum/topics/leading-the-world-in-mobile-money
in the world -here's why 42 years of entrepreneurial revolution surveys lead us to value orbiting around families of Abed and Soros and Turner- whose collaboration with youth's futures do you value most?
what would a million youth most wish to see in a 6 weeks mooc guided tour to www.brac.net -if you can help our research please email email@example.com washington dc 1 301 881 1655
tive and sustainable age but only if we (peoples, parents, all our social insttitutions, teachers, chnages to media, open sustem professionals) go back to the drawing board on learning learning. A lot of fancy terms have been created in last quarter centiry - eg knowledge manahgement- that turn out to be the exact opposite of what entrepreneurial revolutionaries need to champion round maps of learning learning if we are to celebrate the millennium of a millions tome more collaboration technology
In researchging MOOC - only those who get the 9 minute training module as the molecule round which to integrate futires of learning and job creation are worth linking in to first. We aim to make that case in other documents
In this thread we put some quotes from people we wish we could link in now to learning learning because we need all the inspiration we can get to linkin this greatest entrepreneurial and sustainability challenge of all time
Entrepreneurial Revolution - an investigation started at The Economist in the 1970s as to whether intergenerational investments in future systems would empower the net generation to be exponentially sustainable. Surveys of the next 40 years asked questions of 2015-2025 such as:
Would the global financial system be designed to sustain or collapse local communities?
Would 2015-2025 be the under 30s most exciting and productive time to be alive as they linked in sustainability of the human race. Would the parts of the Western hemisphere that advanced the industrial revolution's empires demand that its politicians, professions and academics "happily get out of the way of the sustainability generation being led by the half of youth living within 3000 miles of Beijing"?
POP -Preferential Option Poor
Would every community's most trusted practitioners be educator, health servant and banker.
What would be the top 50 MOOCS that freed access of action learning of sustainability goals as worldwide youth's most joyful collaboration through way above zero-sum models of wporldsocialtrade? This web makes the cases that the Abed family needs to be youth's number 1 hero to MOOC with - we always love to hear who your vote for number 1 MOOC is -text usa 240 316 8157 family of unacknowledged giant
3 how community clean energy microfranchises became the number 1 educational curriculum that the chinese authorities invited the world to co-blog
more coming soon
4 cashless bank-a-billion -a project of the global banks with values network
5 orphanage networks as the world's most inspired jobs agency network and home of financial literacy mooc
6 bottom-up EAgri: designing a collaboration portal on the top 30 crops that need to be mobilised by local value chain maps so that hard working nutrition workers are sustainable however small their farming assets and however variable a particular season's climate
7 what do BRAC's barefoot professionals linkin so that village organisations are collaboratively resilient whatever nature-made or man-made disasters popup
Special child health, nutrition, family and educational development series:
*The First 1000 Days
*Choices to make the first 2 years after primary
BRAC has more staff grounded round the child and parent-eye view of these challenges in the poorest communities than anyone else. Their collaboration knowhow is as valuable as body of knowhow that I have come across in studying societies' value multiplying needs in over 40 countries
Ideas on freeing media to cenebrate the pro-youth economic models which richest need to learn from poorest to genenerate the:
next billion green jobs
next billion family/community sustaining jobs
next billion open technology jobs most worthy of our borderless and interconnected futures
contribute to survey of world's other favorite moocs-40th annual top 10 league table