- • Spring 2022: Our course is sponspored by Intuitive Surgical for best project awarded!
- • Spring 2021: Our virtual course during COVID-19 pandemic is featured at JHU Malone Center! Check out here.
- • Spring 2021: Dr. Unberath is recognized with the Professor Joel Dean Excellence in Teaching Award.
- • Spring 2021: Our course achievement is shared on JHU Hub! Read the article here.
- • Fall 2020: Our course is supported by a Google Cloud Education Grant.
- • Fall 2020: We are delighted to announce that, as in previous semesters, we have partnered with Intuitive Surgical to offer Best Project Awards!
- • Fall 2019: Our final poster session and Intuitive Surgical Best Project Award Ceremony was covered by the Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare News Outlet. Read the article here.
- • Fall 2019: Partnership with Intuitive Surgical has been confirmed!
- • Fall 2019: We are happy to announce that our course is supported by a Google Cloud Education Grant.
- • Spring 2019: Our final poster session and Intuitive Surgical Best Project Award Ceremony was covered in the Johns Hopkins Hub. Read the article here.
- • Spring 2019: Intuitive Surgical has agreed to sponsor two Best Project Awards (USD 600 each) for the best final project in the 482 and 682 section of the course!
- • Spring 2019: We are happy to announce that our course is supported by a Google Cloud Education Grant.
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What students say ...
Quotes from the Spring 2021 evaluation
I really appreciate how well rounded the course was
- covering fundamentals, applications across many different fields, and the socioeconomic factors that come into play. It was definitely an important perspective to have in an introduction to the field.
Training deep learning networks takes a really long time.
So that was definitely a struggle working on the homework to have sufficient time to rerun the network with numerous different parameters.
Very comprehensive and exciting course. One of the best I've taken.
Quotes from the Fall 2020 evaluation
Great course but be prepared to commit a lot of time to the course
It is very difficult but worthwhile class.
Great course, must take if interested in AI/DL.
Excellent lectures, interesting homework problems and coverage of cutting edge topics in DL.
Start your homeworks early, training takes TIME!
Quotes from the Fall 2019 evaluation
Deep Learning is a hard class, but also one of the best classes I have taken at Hopkins!
The learning curve is enormous!
The coursework is tough but interesting. The grading, at the same time, always appeared fair to me.
It is difficult
but you will get great exposure to practical implementations of deep learning.
Quotes from the Spring 2019 evaluation
Best CS course at Hopkins by far!
The professor and the TAs are all very passionate on teaching this course. I have learnt many things from this course.
you'll learn a lot, very interesting. Good memes in lecture slides!
Really clear your schedule to make sure you have the time to take this course. It is difficult and incredibly time consuming. That being said, it is also very rewarding. I would strongly recommend it..