Dec 19, 2020
Excellent course!!! It is actually a milestone for people like me who have trained models in Jupyter notebooks, but Tensorflow JS is actually a great way for the models to become 'alive'! Thanks!
Mar 17, 2021
This course is very practical and interesting.\n\nI enjoyed the excitement I got along the way.\n\nIt was modeled to make you pass as long as you want to pass.\n\nThank you Laurence and Andrew.
By Desiré D W•
Dec 20, 2019
Format is perfect: short videos, assignments are a handfull, especially the last one. The code you'll get is a great reference for later on.
Jan 11, 2020
The course itsel is a very good introduction how to use Tensorflow models in browser. It will suit well for people with basic JS and ML knowledge. The assignments and projects are quite fun. However there are things to improve:
1) A few questions in quiz are syntax-related and boring. It is absolutelly not fun trying to find difference in bracket or comma
2) Most of the assignments are very similar to the examples, a lot of them could be solved with mere copy-paste without real understanding
3) Final project crashes on Windows if number of samples are > 50. Very frustrating, especially when you collected almost all the samples
By Marcin Z•
Aug 10, 2020
Exercises in this course are on the monkey level.
By CHIRAG S•
Dec 31, 2019
By Zsolt B•
Dec 20, 2019
Awesome - elegant in its complex simplicity. Clear explanations, logical curriculum structure, nice and knowledgeable code examples. A must-complete course indeed!
By Carlos V•
Jan 27, 2020
Excellent Course, I have fun !!! implementing the projects, I also enjoy the format with the labs where you need to apply some modifications to what was taught to get an entirely new project, It demonstrates the capabilities of tensorflow and modularized code. Thanks to everyone that worked on this Course, now to the next one.
By Fabrice L•
Mar 19, 2020
The lecture content is clear, the quizz are not very interesting, and the assignments mostly are copy paste of the exercises, so not much challenge there.
I give 5 starts because despite all that the example applications are really cool!!
By Amay S•
Apr 11, 2020
Very insightful and helpful course for front end web developers who want to get started with deep learning through TensorFlow. Quizzes and assignments are up to to the mark as well. Can learn a lot through this course. Also pretty good for people who want to learn about transfer learning. That is what grabbed my attention to the course in the first place itself.
By clement l r•
Feb 28, 2020
By MOUAFEK A•
Apr 14, 2020
After spending more than a year learning Machine Learning and Deep Learning, now i'm finally able to deploy my models in very simple and efficient way, which will help me tackle my next professional challenge, which is deploying my internship models using Tensorflow.js !
By Gowthaman S•
Apr 10, 2020
The course was neat and clear in terms of details on Tensorflow JS. A bit more details on what are the practical area where this is used at the moment could have been useful. But of course, we can find it on our own. :)
By Adnan Z•
Mar 29, 2020
No doubt, the team of Deeplearning.AI is building best learning resources. We would love to get more and more resources for easy way learning from DeepLearning.AI Team.
Thanks to all.
By SIDDHARTHA P•
Apr 16, 2020
I thoroughly enjoyed this course and also the programming assignments. It would have been better if the machine requirement for the final assignment was already informed in advance. My humble laptop was not able to execute it and was giving memory error. Fortunately I could borrow a friend's laptop with Nvidia graphic card and could finally finish it. Got to learn a lot! Thanks for developing this course.
By jeff s•
Apr 19, 2021
The intent to teach DL application in the browser is well scoped. I would suggest more background reading including fundamentals and articles outlining state of the art (challenges and approaches - successful and not), and then additional reference material surrounding related areas such as execution on the edge device. But nothing should excuse coursera or the teachers from technical difficulty experienced by many (dozens of students) with grading. Who is at fault? You wasted my time. And you let dozens of students collide head-on without warning into this problem. You should, at the very least admit to your failure and more importantly compensate me one full course at no charge. Without compensation, i see no reason to trust you. Equally important, Coursera is an off-line teach ing system. I make mistakes. I get so little feedback, your system blocks my learning. There is incredible value in learning what not to do. Again, you need to fix this across all courses - and this goes for all such platforms. Thank you, there is some value in taking a course - we all want more
By Michał O•
Jan 17, 2021
Not for the impatient.
3rd and 4th week assignments are quite problematic:
3rd week is heavily dependent on python and libraries versions in user's environment and the course does not point which combination is the one which will be graded correctly. Took me 3 long debugging sessions to finally find the right one.
4th week involves taking had photos to get some gesture recognition. I've spent over an hour with constantly crashing web browser and different cameras to get it right.
Although the skills that can be learned in this course can be really useful, the unnecessary hardships prevent me from recommending it to anyone.
By Ka M W•
Dec 12, 2020
A very well structured course with many concepts clearly described and elaborated. Laurence explains the topics very well and is one of the best instructors to share complex concepts in an easy to understand way.
Room for Improvements: The grading mechanisms for weekly exercises can be confusing and difficult to understand why a submission failed. Seems a lot of TensorflowJS and TensorFlow version specific dependencies. Be careful!
By Rick T•
Mar 20, 2021
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By Rene A M•
Apr 30, 2020
Great course. Really concrete! As it is stated on the description it focuses on deployment. You'll have to learn deep learning elsewhere. The course doesn't go into much depth, but I find that it equips with the necessary essentials to go and try interesting projects by yourself. I really recommend it!
By Mo R•
Dec 25, 2019
This is one of the top courses for deploying Deep Learning models and putting them into production, the material is coherent and easy to understand, and the lectures and very clear and straight forward. Thanks to Laurence Moroney, Andrew Ng, and Coursera!
By Laby D C•
Jan 29, 2022
In this course I learned to train and run machine learning models in any browser using TensorFlow.js. I learned techniques for handling data in the browser, and i build a computer vision project that recognizes and classifies objects from a webcam.
By Steven J R•
Apr 23, 2021
Excellent and enlighten-material for me to have this kind of materials available online for everybody to access and contribute to the Machine Learning world, especially through Browser platform. Thanks Google and DeepLearning.AI!
By Christian J R F•
Mar 7, 2020
I have learned many things in this course. Tensorflow.js is really interesting and here they explain very well how to train, convert and test on the browser the models. The exercises are good and the evaluation a good practice.
By Saumil S•
Apr 23, 2020
Exceptional Course! Very fun and east to learn! I was so excited that I finished this course in less than a week!!
Cheers to Laurence Moroney, Andrew Ng, and the whole team of deeplearning.ai, Google Brain, and Coursera!!
By AKSHAY K C•
Apr 10, 2020
Very nicely course composed by Laurence Moroney for running models on the browser using TensorFlow-js with end to end implementation of the project in the final week. Kudos to the entire team for such a good course.