Bayesian Methods for Machine Learning

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Taught by
Daniil Polykovskiy
Sr. Research Scientist
and 1 more instructor

Offered by
HSE University

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r/learnmachinelearning • comment
3 points • underwhere

Checkout the syllabus for this Coursera course. Too bad I just enrolled in it, so I can't give you my personal review. If you're still interested in a few weeks, feel free to pm me. Bayesian ML

r/learnmachinelearning • comment
2 points • dtrillaa

If you’re into courses like I am then here’s a course covering it. I haven’t gotten to it yet, but it’s the next course in the specialization for me

r/learnmachinelearning • comment
2 points • ratterstinkle

Looks like there’s an entire Coursera course on it. I just think I might take it!

r/MachineLearning • comment
1 points • lambdaofgod

I think that Coursera's Bayesian Methods in Machine Learning does a pretty good job at introducing VI.

They introduce it after they do a week on EM algorithm. They emphasise continuity between EM and more elaborate models, one of them VI. In one of the assignments they ask you to implement VAE (in tf or Keras, I don't remember).

r/learnmachinelearning • comment
2 points • yash_8141

take a look at course by coursera :Bayesian Methods in Machine Learning.

r/learnmachinelearning • comment
17 points • Sork8

Maybe I am biased but why would you learn on your own what you can learn in 2 years with teachers and researchers ?

It is okay to not do a masters degree if you want to do something not that technical, but if you're interested in Machine Learning and Datascience why not have a master's degree in that specific field ? You can't go faster nor deeper on your own than with teachers who pre-select the most important concepts. You can even do both : study for you courses AND strengthen the concepts on your own around them.

For the courses, I'd suggest :

The last two are the only technical MOOCS I found on ML. I don't know if anyone has other resources !

For the books :

r/MachineLearning • comment
1 points • asobolev

Be sure to watch videos (I think this year's run will also be recorded) in the meantime! It'd also help to familiarise yourself with classical bayesian methods (bayesian inference, mcmc, EM, variational inference), for example, through our course on Coursera.

r/fantasybaseball • comment
2 points • RichardMuncherIII

The classes I've complete are:

Machine Learning (

Introduction to Deep Learning (

and I'm about half way through:

Bayesian Methods for Machine Learning (

r/reinforcementlearning • comment
1 points • Antonioe89

I think these two will be very useful:

Bayesian statistics course:

Bayesian methods for ML: