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23. Model Merging, Cross-Modal Coupling, Course Summary

MIT 6.034 Artificial Intelligence, Fall 2010
View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-034F10
Instructor: Patrick Winston

This lecture begins with a brief discussion of cross-modal coupling. Prof. Winston then reviews big ideas of the course, suggests possible next courses, and demonstrates how a story can be understood from multiple points of view at a conceptual level.

License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms
More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu

MIT 6.034 Artificial Intelligence, Fall 2010
View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-034F10
Instructor: Patrick Winston

This lecture begins with a brief discussion of cross-modal coupling. Prof. Winston then reviews big ideas of the course, suggests possible next courses, and demonstrates how a story can be understood from multiple points of view at a conceptual level.

License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms
More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu

Thank you much for these wonderful lectures and those great starred tips. And also, for preventing me from playing with phones and tablets when watching these lectures…

These lectures provide the listener something much greater than just the mathematics behind the topic. Prof. Winston is wonderful at walking you through the thought process involved. That was the true learning. Thank you Prof. Winston and MIT OCW for sharing this knowledge with the general public.

What a shame less then 4000 people watched this video in more than a year now probable 1000 just came here because they pressed the wrong button. In comparison a video like Gangnamstyle has 626.896 times as many hits and you learn nothing from it.

Thanks for sharing. I came here to watch lecture #14 to get some hints on training nnets. I graduated with a Computer Science / Operations research degree as a mature age student in the early 90's. I was so impressed by lecture #14, I devoured the entire series in about 2 weeks. There are things that Patrick has said in his lectures that I will "think about for years", I will certainly follow up Patrick recommendations if they are on the web.

Thank you so much dear Patrick Winston. You are the best teacher I have ever seen.

34:00 Kinda reminds boosting. But smarter

You could take a class with Marvin Minsky where he just talks?!!!!!!! That would've been awesome

such a good lecture

Thank you, Prof. Winston. Your lectures are the most informative sci-fi series I have ever seen.

really useful and interesting course !

too good.i liked this series so much i was thinking about donation but then i remembered i live in third world.

we don't even tip

Thank you much for these wonderful lectures and those great starred tips. And also, for preventing me from playing with phones and tablets when watching these lectures…

WOAH TECHNOLOGY9:00 the cosine between them is 1, not 0. But whatever. Fantastic lectures, thank you!!

Legend lecturer.

I will for ever remain grateful for these Videos.I say thank you Prof. Winston

that raccoon story truly warmed my heart

also, the lecture series was generally pretty awesome

These lectures provide the listener something much greater than just the mathematics behind the topic. Prof. Winston is wonderful at walking you through the thought process involved. That was the true learning. Thank you Prof. Winston and MIT OCW for sharing this knowledge with the general public.

What a shame less then 4000 people watched this video in more than a year now probable 1000 just came here because they pressed the wrong button. In comparison a video like Gangnamstyle has 626.896 times as many hits and you learn nothing from it.

thank you Prof.Winston

I want to thank MIT and professor Winston for making these lectures public. I find them very interesting and helpful.

Thanks for sharing. I came here to watch lecture #14 to get some hints on training nnets. I graduated with a Computer Science / Operations research degree as a mature age student in the early 90's.

I was so impressed by lecture #14, I devoured the entire series in about 2 weeks. There are things that Patrick has said in his lectures that I will "think about for years", I will certainly follow up Patrick recommendations if they are on the web.

This has been a great lecture series; it's given me a lot to think about. Thank you for sharing this resource!