Free Machine Learning Courses from Amazon, Google and Microsoft: What Do They Offer?
Machine learning engineers are part of the fastest-growing field in the world, according to LinkedIn’s 2023 Jobs on the Rise report. But tech’s hottest role isn’t a simple field to break into, requiring at least high school math and some programming knowledge even to get started.
Luckily, there are an increasing number of options for those wanting to get a grounding in the field, with all top cloud providers, Amazon Web Services, Google and Microsoft, offering machine learning courses for free. That’s in addition to the existing well-regarded material available online from the likes of fast.ai and Andrew Ng and Coursera.
If you’re interested in these courses, check out this guide from TechRepublic Premium.
From the guide:
Individual short courses at AWS can usually be completed in under two or fewer hours. They range from robotics to industrial manufacturing, the use of AWS cloud features and technology, building machine learning models and projects and other machine learning essentials.
The Machine Learning Learning Plan has a duration of 32 hours and is divided into 12 modules.
The AWS Ramp-Up Guide: Machine Learning is the ultimate resource offered by AWS. It contains a vast number of courses and resources, from introductions to math, developing machine learning applications, deep learning on AWS, accelerated computer vision, natural language processing, Python, Java, CodeGuru, exams and more.
Previously priced at $49, this is now available to download for $29. Or free with Premium annual subscription: click here to find out more.