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Stanford Online AI

I just signed up for the "basic" track. I believe this is just notes and some quizes. They also offer an advanced track.

Andy, maybe QuantNet should have a folder for this course? I am certain that hundreds (thousands?) of the members that signed up are "QuantNets". It would be nice to have a virtual study group.
 
I just signed up for the "basic" track. I believe this is just notes and some quizes. They also offer an advanced track.

Andy, maybe QuantNet should have a folder for this course? I am certain that hundreds (thousands?) of the members that signed up are "QuantNets". It would be nice to have a virtual study group.

It's helpful to post the link so that people can find the course in question.

https://www.ai-class.com/registration/

And, if you're a full-time MFE student, I doubt that you'll have enough spare time to do the Stanford course on top of your regular courseload...

Oh, by the way, it's FREE.
 
Not true about the "basic" track...
You get out of it, what you put in to it.

There's a difference between learning about something, and learning something.

If you find yourself spending 3-4 hours each week watching the Stanford lectures, that's time that you could have otherwise spent on your probability/stochastic calculus problem set, your Numerical Methods code, etc.

The semester just started a week ago; see if you feel the same in a couple of months...

Just my $0.02.
 
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