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FourthBrain is a 15-week online Machine Learning Engineer bootcamp with both synchronous and asynchronous components. Students should expect to dedicate 15-20 hours per week to a combination of live and independent work. Students complete work at their own pace during the week, and then meet every Saturday for live instruction with an instructor. FourthBrain is part of the AI Fund, founded by Andrew Ng.  

FourthBrain bootcamp students will begin with an introduction to AI, machine learning, data science, and cognitive systems. The curriculum covers XGBoost, bagging, boosting, and data imbalance problems. Students will use tools, such as Python, Tensorflow, Keras, Pandas, Scikit-learn, and Matplotlib. FourthBrain students will also learn Tensorboard for modeling and visualization, Spark, Hadoop, Mapreduce, Dask, MySQL, Spark SQL, and BigQuery. The curriculum teaches MLOps, which includes Microsoft Azure, Google cloud, AWS, AutoML solutions (TPOT, SageMaker), and pipeline solutions such as Kubeflow and MLflow. Students will learn convolutional neural networks, recurrent neural networks, and encoder-decoder networks. The bootcamp teaches students how to apply deep learning methods to computer vision, perception and other complex scenarios, and how to utilize generative adversarial networks for data and model scaling. The bootcamp also teaches students the soft skills they need in today's workforce, such as good communication, remote collaboration, and combating bias in your work. Students will work on a team project and give a final presentation.  

No prior AI experience is required to apply, but FourthBrain applicants must have a minimum of 1-2 years experience coding in Python, Java, C++, or other object-oriented languages, a solid foundation in mathematics and statistics, and a willingness to approach new ideas with an open mind. While international students are permitted to apply, FourthBrain can only help US residents with finding employment. Potential bootcamp students will be asked to complete an online application and technical assessment, and will then have an interview with the FourthBrain team to review their background and career goals. 

FourthBrain students receive 1:1 career coaching, resume reviews, mock interviews, job search assistance, guest speakers, and employer introductions.

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        Start Date March 6, 2021
        Cost$6,000
        Class size25
        LocationOnline
        FourthBrain bootcamp students will begin with an introduction to AI, machine learning, data science, and cognitive systems. The curriculum covers XGBoost, bagging, boosting, and data imbalance problems. Students will use tools, such as Python, Tensorflow, Keras, Pandas, Scikit-learn, and Matplotlib. FourthBrain students will also learn Tensorboard for modeling and visualization, Spark, Hadoop, Mapreduce, Dask, MySQL, Spark SQL, and BigQuery. The curriculum teaches MLOps, which includes Microsoft Azure, Google cloud, AWS, AutoML solutions (TPOT, SageMaker), and pipeline solutions such as Kubeflow and MLflow. Students will learn convolutional neural networks, recurrent neural networks, and encoder-decoder networks. The bootcamp teaches students how to apply deep learning methods to computer vision, perception and other complex scenarios, and how to utilize generative adversarial networks for data and model scaling. Students will work on a team project and give a final presentation. Students should expect to dedicate 15-20 hours per week to a combination of live and independent work. Students can complete work at their own pace during the week, and then meet every Saturday for live instruction.
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        DepositWhen students pay up front, they receive an automatic $500 off the tuition.
        Tuition PlansPayment plans are available.
        Getting in
        Minimum Skill LevelNo prior AI experience is required to apply, but applicants must have a minimum of 1-2 years experience coding in Python, Java, C++, or other object-oriented languages, a solid foundation in mathematics and statistics, and a willingness to learn.
        Placement TestYes
        InterviewYes
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        March 6, 2021 - Online Apply by February 6, 2021
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