(offered only once)
„Deep-learning will transform every single industry.”Andrew Ng
Deep Learning had a significant impact on many domains. This also applies to marketing. Consequently, this seminar has two parts. In a first part, we discuss the statistical foundations of deep learning. In a second part, you will work in a group on setting up your own deep learning model.
Dr. Markus Meierer
Master students, assigned to “Wahlpflichtbereich BWL 4”.
Work load statement:
Building up theoretical foundations/
Maximum number of students:
previous knowledge and literature:
Goodfellow, Ian, Yoshua Bengio, and Aaron Courville. Deep learning. MIT press, 2016
A non-technical introduction to Python (or equivalent knowledge)
A non-technical introduction to machine learning (or equivalent knowledge)
2 Multiple-Choice Tests on Deep Learning Theory (40%):
Online Exercises (20%)
Group Project (40%)
17.02.2020 (18:00 – 20:00 - Kick Off)
02.03.2020 (18:00 – 20:00 - Multiple-Choice-Test 1)
16.03.2020 (Multiple-Choice-Test 2 & Kick off Group Project – 18:00-20:00)
27.04.2020 (Presentation Group Project – 18:00 – 20:00)
Location: ONLILNE See https://www.vorlesungen.unizh.ch
Access and Registration:
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The information in the syllabus supports the official information in the electronic university calendar (VVZ – Vorlesungsverzeichnis). In case of doubt, the official information at the VVZ is valid.