Amazon wants everyone to be robots.
Or the irony. A few days ago workers are Amazon They made a new series of protests about their working conditions. They had banners that said "We're not Robots"; and now the company has opened all its training courses in Machine Learning for all.
Matt Wood, general manager of deep learning and artificial intelligence; It has just been published on the official website of the company that has opened their training courses to anyone interested in that subject:
The course starts with the basics and is based on global examples and laboratories, allowing developers to explore machine learning through some fun problems we have to do. resolved in Amazon.
These include predicting gift wrapping competence, optimizing presentation pathways or predicting awards for entertainment awards using IMDb (own subsidiary) data.
Coursework helps to reinforce best practice and show how to start with a range of AWS machine learning services, including Amazon SageMaker, AWS DeepLens, Amazon Identity, Amazon Lex, Amazon Polly, and Comprehend.
All material contains more than 30 classes. The same thing can be reviewed around 45 hours. At the end of the trip, any mortal will have the same information as the company's employee.
In other words, you will not become a robot. But be closer to understanding the machines. And also to the company's employees.
It's at least a good opportunity to know a bit about the work inside.