Given the current circumstances worldwide, this month we have selected tweets about some interesting resources, reads, and free online classes that you can take while staying at home. Stay safe!
MIT offers free video lectures and online materials from more than 2,400 courses, including intro classes in computer science, AI and algorithms.
Browse our open CS courses here: https://t.co/kkYgsyQOhz
— MIT CSAIL (@MIT_CSAIL) March 30, 2020
— NVIDIA HPC Developer (@NVIDIAHPCDev) March 26, 2020
— NVIDIA AI (@NVIDIAAI) March 19, 2020
The world of open-source #datascience is vast. Get Anaconda’s Guide to #OpenSource Tools to navigate the landscape: https://t.co/rdNbk4lL3i @holoviews, @matplotlib, @rapidsai, @apachespark pic.twitter.com/NfEyZru0UH
— Anaconda (@anacondainc) March 3, 2020
A big shout-out to @MoRebaie for sharing his #AI and #DataScience course recommendations in the Coursera Community. Take a look at his favorite set of courses and Specializations for building a strong foundation in AI:https://t.co/ZZRz3yjgy1
— Coursera (@coursera) March 16, 2020
Machine learning thrives on data, but information about the novel coronavirus has been either thin or hard to access. Now researchers are pooling resources to share everything we do know: https://t.co/pp7G3A5rBe
— deeplearning.ai (@deeplearningai_) March 19, 2020
Want to keep up with news related to #AI and hear researchers' take on what's serious and what's clickbait?
— The Stanford AI Lab (@StanfordAILab) March 13, 2020
For educators and students, we recognize COVID-19 poses unique challenges. AI4ALL Open Learning’s new module provides high school teachers with a free online lesson to engage students around AI’s role in the current crisis. Get access here: https://t.co/x7p5glnEje
— AI4ALL (@ai4allorg) March 18, 2020
The #coronavirussyllabus is a crowdsourced, cross-disciplinary, community resource to aid educators of all age levels grappling with addressing the current moment in their classrooms. Educators can mention #coronavirussyllabus in tweets to add to the doc. https://t.co/OJwyrvZp2w
— AI4ALL (@ai4allorg) March 20, 2020
Here’s our experience: https://t.co/k1DBse46hb
— OpenMined (@openminedorg) March 27, 2020