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thanks prof. for this wonderful video n free study material…
Thank you Sir ! 🙂
Thanks, Professor! This is the best and clearest explanation of neural networks I have seen! I can't wait to get to the other lectures!!
You are making a better world!!!
thanks a lot professor! the world is in desperate need of good teachers like you who still teach the good ol' fashioned way….Excellent lecture!!
I think instead of attempting to mimic the brain that we should first learn how to effectively connect and control a human brain in such a way that would dwarf the fastest computer. Just because it's complex and has trillions of connections, doesn't mean it's performing in the best way. We do not know enough about the brain to attempt to mimic it. Obviously a network with trillions of connections is seriously flawed …the shortest distance between 2 points is a straight line, yes?
Oh and one more thing…would someone please buy this man a laptop and an overhead projector and a copy of Microsoft Office PowerPoint? thanks!
This is a good lecture.
I would simply recommend a few updates regarding the logistics and lecture delivery method that wold allow more discussion and retro-speculation.
@PSNjizzcake That's the cyber-god telling you to change which head you use most frequently.
The very reason of me scoring(or even passing) in my ANN exam would be this video series… Salute to the professor. Just Outstanding!!
Good lecture … but look at the extra stress on the definition and key words … non-linear, parallel bhla bhla. This what u need to stick in ur mind if u r looking to score marks in test.
That's what i hate abt. our education system 🙁
Good but too long … can you condense it a bit for next lecture.
for the first time: good english
definisions are actually very important, its what you base your entire knowledge on. Sad most people use them as just a trick to answer exam questions..
12:37 ? "10" billion neurons ? no respected Sir, its 100 billion or so
True that!! I am so relieved myself!!
12:55 – 13:25 "Well…it's not that easy."
Rote learner professor. Switch to stanford lectures from Andrew Ng
I agree 'definitions' are important. But I think essence of it is more important then the wordings dots and commas in it. The problem is if a student words it slightly differently, he loses score.
I think there is fundamental problem with our education/evaluation system. It makes students focus more on mugging up topic rather then understanding the topic.
I will take my example – I understood what a normal curve really means years later when I had to use it in my job (IT professional in a investment bank). As a student I was really good at solving normal curve math problem but I never care to understand what a normal curve signifies. Knowing the formula was good enough for me to crack the problem in exam. And I do not remember my teacher explaining me the meaning of it either.
The focus is … how to score.
thank You professor for your time you"d given completing such a great lectures!
Thank you so much sir..
These videos are an excellent resource and the instruction is certainly top-notch. Thanks so much nptelhrd/IIT! Only thing somewhat missing in this course is discussion on 'spiking' networks. I uploaded some very simple spiking network visualizations for those interested
Very good lecture, I learned many things to implement a backpropagation Neural Network. Search "josh napalm" if you want to see the youtube video
Nice introduction to ANN. Thanks Prof.
his explanation towards human brain is very good
thank you a lot
pens in top pocket continuity issues …
can anyone tell me what is his name?? I´m doing a seminar on artificial neural networks and I need his name for quotes.
There's lots of disturbance in the sound. Not able to hear a single word properly, either in PC or mobile.
Anyone knows the solution?
Very useful Sir, and nicely explained. Thank you very much.
Thank you a lot for giving this high education to the comunity.
thank you a lot sir
U are the greatest of all Profs………. May God give u the rest you deserved RIP….
I feel sick we all will miss you
bad sound quality
excellent presentation and correlation of ANN with biological neural networks
Left ear feels so lonely 🙁
audio is disturbing ……. i can only hear from left speaker ……….. i checked my sound system and it is working fine……….. any fix to this problem ?
Great insight! Thank you!
Really helpful !
very helpful sir
Excellent NEURAL NETWORK Introduction Class …Thank you Sir-b.j.vamshi
best of all
Fantastic lecture … very helpful …
very helpful & excellent courses
Pre requisites for this course would be?
Great lecture, I will watch many more times..Maybe the best…
Hearty thanks sir
My right ear enjoyed a lot!!
learn some English
I have watched DIp of Sir,Sir is getting old
Thank you very much!
very good introduction, thanks. What about spiking neural networks as the 3rd generation of neural networks, there is any lectures about it?
thank you Sir, very much helpful lectures.
This is the best one out of many introduction of ANN I have found in books or other tutorials.
The Intro music is so beautiful!
great explanation sir
Professor is great. But problem with audio.(only right side is working) This is problem with most of video lecture from IIT Kh
Thank you sir.Indians give very important lectures but sometimes there is a problem with the accent so I can't quite understand it.Fortunately for me, this lecture is clear enough.
Black shirts with fine strips are a no no for video. Moire fringe effects reduce data compression potential. Also handwritten parts can be speeded up. Prof also requires a teleprompter to avoid having to look down.
I was trying to do some self learning. I reviewed many videos of a Coursera course and was lost. This lecture certainly went into the right level of details to help me understand. Thanks to our Prof and NPTEL.
Would be very helpful, if there is a reference to one/few textbooks that this lecture accompanies.
I'm planning to binge watch and complete within a week 🙂 Best way to start a New Year. Anyone in to cohort ? to share notes and discuss ?
I don't hear the voice????
I watched these lectures and now i am fan of teacher.thank you very much sir for these excellent lectures.
install audio eq chrome extension and enable mono for audio problem
don't use headphones…use extra speaker then the sound will be good
those who are getting problem with the sound issue, just unplug your earphone plug little outside the earphone jack and see the magic..Thank You 🙂 🙂
lecture is very interesting but it is not audible
thank u sir…
sitting at Dublin and listening from ur lecture…great help for my curriculum
Sir, you are a great teacher… pronam..
does this playlist covers "committee machines" and "support vector machines"?
Hey! I am planning to start this course in mid October 2017. Probably will complete it within 3 weeks. Anyone wants to collaborate to keep a check on each other? We can use Slack to share progress and files. I am a beginner with background in ECE. Let's do it.
I just envy everyone who gets to attend such good classes. Its not fair in India that only a fraction of population receive such good quality higher education.
Visit my channel for a real life example of the working of a Neural Network.
Thank you so much. Very useful lecture
Just put your 3.5mm pin slightly IN not completely inside the jack. And both speakers will work.
Sir i am working on CNN , i have a non image dataset , how could i implement it,kindly give me some approach.
Excellent, thanks so much
perfect if you watch with a speed of 1.5
13:02 the human brain rather consists of 100 billion neurons, not 10 billion … great lecture anyway. thumbs up …
NPTEL always rocks!
Brilliant professor….love u sir
feels weird hearing with both ears after the lecture
sound nai aata earphone me
amazing explanation Sir. I have read about this topic which is an outstading tool we can use to "adjust" or model non-linear systems, quite useful in control processes which are mostly non-linear.
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