Asked 19th May, 2022

Can anyone suggest some resources to learn deep learning, especially in python programming language?

I want some free resources that I can learn deep learning easily. I am interested in the text mining field.
Thank You

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Jagadeesh Siddanathi
Vishnu Institute of Technology
sir you can go with analyticsvidya and medium

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Neha Sharma
Chitkara University
On Great Learning website you can enroll for deep learning course for free. Link:
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Rodrigue Andrawos
Lebanese American University
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Mahainder Kumar Rao
Jaipur National University
Ok I will share something.
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G K Mohan Devarakonda
Vishnu Institute of Technology
you will have two batches a year. Learn for free but for certification, they will charge upto 1500
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Mariana Cristina Rodrigues de Oliveira
Universidade Católica de Pernambuco (UniCaP)
Hi G K Mohan Devarakonda you can try Cousersa, I was able to do it through scholarships, they give financial aid for those who can't afford it. Go to the Coursera website, select the course you are interested in and see if there is a financial aid option, if so you can apply. The result comes out in 20 days. I hope you get it! Good luck.
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G K Mohan Devarakonda
Vishnu Institute of Technology
Use nptel platform
Jagadeesh Siddanathi
Vishnu Institute of Technology
sir you can go with analyticsvidya and medium

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