Learn Robotics & Machine Learning Concepts of Self-Driving Cars Course

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a term that refers to the intelligence of machines. In recent years, designing machines that have the ability to think has become an interesting frontier in technology.

AI is slowly but surely becoming an integral part of our daily lives: machine learning and robotics are now used regularly in the various industries including transport, finance, health-care, education, data-security, military and beyond.

Today, self-driving cars have become a reality; one of the top-rated modern technological advancements. The Robotics and Machine Learning of Self-Driving Cars course will enable you study the fundamental concepts of robotics and machine learning that are used to design self-driving cars and many other intelligent machines.

Learn how to make a computer, a computer-controlled robot, or a software think intelligently in a similar way like a human. Join The Robotics and Machine Learning of Self-Driving Cars course now at 95% off on Tecmint Deals.

In this course, you will have access to 82 lectures and 20 hours of content 24/7. You’ll get started with Python – a powerful, versatile and easy-to-learn high-level programming language used in a wide variety of industries today.

You will also master supervised and unsupervised learning techniques, study linear regression, artificial neural networks, and Support Vector Machine (SVM). Furthermore, you’ll also work with actuators, sensors, and batteries. And you’ll understand how to work with micro-controllers and Arduino.

Start on a journey towards making your mark on sophisticated technologies that have become integral parts of our everyday lives with The Robotics and Machine Learning of Self-Driving Cars course.

Get access to this course now at 95% or for as low as $49 on Tecmint Deals.

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