Too Long; Didn't Read
For years, AI was a backwater of research, solving toy problems while crashing and burning on real world challenges. But then came a flurry of seemingly overnight breakthroughs:Image recognition; self-driving cars; Alpha Go. Researchers are racing to fill the gaps on your bookshelf with books that will feed the growing hunger for deep learning knowledge. The first of those books are already hitting the shelves. They mirror my learning style, I favor a balance of theory and practicality. Give me the background behind an idea in clear language and then let me experiment with practical examples.