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A Quick Way to Learn and Implement Clustering Algorithms for Pattern Recognition in Python. A Course for Beginners.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are touching our everyday lives in more-and-more ways. There’s an endless supply of industries and applications that machine learning can make more efficient and intelligent. You have probably come across Google News, which automatically groups similar news articles under a topic. Have you ever wondered what process runs in the background to arrive at these groups? Unsupervised machine learning is the underlying method behind a large part of this. Unsupervised machine learning algorithms analyze and cluster unlabeled datasets. These algorithms discover hidden patterns or data groupings without human intervention. This course introduces you to one of the prominent modelling families of Unsupervised Machine Learning called Clustering. This course provides the learners with the foundational knowledge to use Clustering models to create insights. You will become familiar with the most successful and widely used Clustering techniques, such as:
Mean Shift Clustering
DBSCAN : Density-Based Spatial Clustering of Applications with Noise
OPTICS : Ordering points to identify the clustering structure
You will learn how to train clustering models to cluster and use performance metrics to compare different models. By the end of this course, you will be able to build machine learning models to make clusters using your data. The complete Python programs and datasets included in the class are also available for download. This course is designed most straightforwardly to utilize your time wisely. Get ready to do more learning than your machine!
Employment website Indeed has listed machine learning engineers as #1 among The Best Jobs in the U.S., citing a 344% growth rate and a median salary of $146,085 per year. Overall, computer and information technology jobs are booming, with employment projected to grow 11% from 2019 to 2029.