Deep Learning Using SAS® Software
This course introduces the pivotal components of deep learning. You learn how to build deep feedforward, convolutional, recurrent networks, and variants of denoising autoencoders. The neural networks are used to solve problems that include traditional classification, image classification, and sequence-dependent outcomes. The course contains a healthy mix of theory and application. Hands-on demonstration and practice problems are included to reinforce key concepts. Hyperparameter search methods are described and demonstrated to find an optimal set of deep learning models. Transfer learning is covered in detail because of the emergence of this field has shown promise in deep learning. Lastly, you learn how to customize a SAS deep learning model to research new areas of deep learning.
This course can help prepare you for the following certification exam(s): SAS® Certified Specialist: Natural Language Processing and Computer Vision Using SAS Viya 3.4.Learn how to
Who should attendMachine learners and those interested in deep learning, computer vision, or natural language processing
Before attending this course, you should have at least an introductory-level familiarity with basic neural network modeling ideas. You can gain this neural network modeling knowledge by completing either the Neural Networks: Essentials or Neural Network Modeling course. Previous SAS software experience is helpful but not required.
This course addresses SAS Viya, SAS Visual Data Mining and Machine Learning software.
Introduction to Deep Learning
|Title||Duration||Access Period||Language||Fee||Add to Cart|
|Deep Learning Using SAS Software||14.0 hours||180 days||English||780 USD|
|Dates||Location||Time||Language||Fee||Add to Cart|
|16-19 MAR 2020||Live Web||01:00 PM-04:30 PM EDT||English||1,300 USD|
|23-24 APR 2020||Live Web||12:00 PM-08:00 PM EDT||English||1,300 USD|
|14-17 JUL 2020||Live Web||01:00 PM-04:30 PM EDT||English||1,300 USD|
|27-28 AUG 2020||Live Web||09:00 AM-05:00 PM EDT||English||1,300 USD|
|05-06 NOV 2020||Live Web||09:00 AM-05:00 PM EST||English||1,300 USD|