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📺 ML YouTube Courses

At DAIR.AI we ❤️ open AI education. In this repo, we index and organize some of the best and most recent machine learning courses available on YouTube.

Machine Learning

Deep Learning

Scientific Machine Learning

Practical Machine Learning

Natural Language Processing

Computer Vision

Reinforcement Learning

Graph Machine Learning

Multi-Task Learning


Caltech CS156: Learning from Data

An introductory course in machine learning that covers the basic theory, algorithms, and applications.

  • Lecture 1: The Learning Problem
  • Lecture 2: Is Learning Feasible?
  • Lecture 3: The Linear Model I
  • Lecture 4: Error and Noise
  • Lecture 5: Training versus Testing
  • Lecture 6: Theory of Generalization
  • Lecture 7: The VC Dimension
  • Lecture 8: Bias-Variance Tradeoff
  • Lecture 9: The Linear Model II
  • Lecture 10: Neural Networks
  • Lecture 11: Overfitting
  • Lecture 12: Regularization
  • Lecture 13: Validation
  • Lecture 14: Support Vector Machines
  • Lecture 15: Kernel Methods
  • Lecture 16: Radial Basis Functions
  • Lecture 17: Three Learning Principles
  • Lecture 18: Epilogue

🔗 Link to Course

Stanford CS229: Machine Learning

To learn some of the basics of ML:

  • Linear Regression and Gradient Descent
  • Logistic Regression
  • Naive Bayes
  • SVMs
  • Kernels
  • Decision Trees
  • Introduction to Neural Networks
  • Debugging ML Models ...

🔗 Link to Course

Making Friends with Machine Learning

A series of mini lectures covering various introductory topics in ML:

  • Explainability in AI
  • Classification vs. Regression
  • Precession vs. Recall
  • Statistical Significance
  • Clustering and K-means
  • Ensemble models ...

🔗 Link to Course

Neural Networks: Zero to Hero (by Andrej Karpathy)

Course providing an in-depth overview of neural networks.

  • Backpropagation
  • Spelled-out intro to Language Modeling
  • Activation and Gradients
  • Becoming a Backprop Ninja

🔗 Link to Course

MIT: Deep Learning for Art, Aesthetics, and Creativity

Covers the application of deep learning for art, aesthetics, and creativity.

  • Nostalgia -> Art -> Creativity -> Evolution as Data + Direction
  • Efficient GANs
  • Explorations in AI for Creativity
  • Neural Abstractions
  • Easy 3D Content Creation with Consistent Neural Fields ...

🔗 Link to Course

Stanford CS230: Deep Learning (2018)

Covers the foundations of deep learning, how to build different neural networks(CNNs, RNNs, LSTMs, etc...), how to lead machine learning projects, and career advice for deep learning practitioners.

  • Deep Learning Intuition
  • Adversarial examples - GANs
  • Full-cycle of a Deep Learning Project
  • AI and Healthcare
  • Deep Learning Strategy
  • Interpretability of Neural Networks
  • Career Advice and Reading Research Papers
  • Deep Reinforcement Learning

🔗 Link to Course 🔗 Link to Materials

Applied Machine Learning

To learn some of the most widely used techniques in ML:

  • Optimization and Calculus
  • Overfitting and Underfitting
  • Regularization
  • Monte Carlo Estimation
  • Maximum Likelihood Learning
  • Nearest Neighbours
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Introduction to Machine Learning (Tübingen)

The course serves as a basic introduction to machine learning and covers key concepts in regression, classification, optimization, regularization, clustering, and dimensionality reduction.

  • Linear regression
  • Logistic regression
  • Regularization
  • Boosting
  • Neural networks
  • PCA
  • Clustering
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Machine Learning Lecture (Stefan Harmeling)

Covers many fundamental ML concepts:

  • Bayes rule
  • From logic to probabilities
  • Distributions
  • Matrix Differential Calculus
  • PCA
  • K-means and EM
  • Causality
  • Gaussian Processes
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Statistical Machine Learning (Tübingen)

The course covers the standard paradigms and algorithms in statistical machine learning.

  • KNN
  • Bayesian decision theory
  • Convex optimization
  • Linear and ridge regression
  • Logistic regression
  • SVM
  • Random Forests
  • Boosting
  • PCA
  • Clustering
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Practical Deep Learning for Coders

This course covers topics such as how to:

  • Build and train deep learning models for computer vision, natural language processing, tabular analysis, and collaborative filtering problems
  • Create random forests and regression models
  • Deploy models
  • Use PyTorch, the world’s fastest growing deep learning software, plus popular libraries like fastai and Hugging Face
  • Foundations and Deep Dive to Diffusion Models
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course - Part 1

🔗 Link to Course - Part 2

Stanford MLSys Seminars

A seminar series on all sorts of topics related to building machine learning systems.

🔗 Link to Lectures

Machine Learning Engineering for Production (MLOps)

Specialization course on MLOPs by Andrew Ng.

🔗 Link to Lectures

MIT Introduction to Data-Centric AI

Covers the emerging science of Data-Centric AI (DCAI) that studies techniques to improve datasets, which is often the best way to improve performance in practical ML applications. Topics include:

  • Data-Centric AI vs. Model-Centric AI
  • Label Errors
  • Dataset Creation and Curation
  • Data-centric Evaluation of ML Models
  • Class Imbalance, Outliers, and Distribution Shift
  • ...

🔗 Course Website

🔗 Lecture Videos

🔗 Lab Assignments

Machine Learning with Graphs (Stanford)

To learn some of the latest graph techniques in machine learning:

  • PageRank
  • Matrix Factorizing
  • Node Embeddings
  • Graph Neural Networks
  • Knowledge Graphs
  • Deep Generative Models for Graphs
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Probabilistic Machine Learning

To learn the probabilistic paradigm of ML:

  • Reasoning about uncertainty
  • Continuous Variables
  • Sampling
  • Markov Chain Monte Carlo
  • Gaussian Distributions
  • Graphical Models
  • Tuning Inference Algorithms
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

MIT 6.S897: Machine Learning for Healthcare (2019)

This course introduces students to machine learning in healthcare, including the nature of clinical data and the use of machine learning for risk stratification, disease progression modeling, precision medicine, diagnosis, subtype discovery, and improving clinical workflows.

🔗 Link to Course

Introduction to Deep Learning

To learn some of the fundamentals of deep learning:

  • Introduction to Deep Learning

🔗 Link to Course

CMU Introduction to Deep Learning (11-785)

The course starts off gradually from MLPs (Multi Layer Perceptrons) and then progresses into concepts like attention and sequence-to-sequence models.

🔗 Link to Course
🔗 Lectures
🔗 Tutorials/Recitations

Deep Learning: CS 182

To learn some of the widely used techniques in deep learning:

  • Machine Learning Basics
  • Error Analysis
  • Optimization
  • Backpropagation
  • Initialization
  • Batch Normalization
  • Style transfer
  • Imitation Learning
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Deep Unsupervised Learning

To learn the latest and most widely used techniques in deep unsupervised learning:

  • Autoregressive Models
  • Flow Models
  • Latent Variable Models
  • Self-supervised learning
  • Implicit Models
  • Compression
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

NYU Deep Learning SP21

To learn some of the advanced techniques in deep learning:

  • Neural Nets: rotation and squashing
  • Latent Variable Energy Based Models
  • Unsupervised Learning
  • Generative Adversarial Networks
  • Autoencoders
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Foundation Models

To learn about foundation models like GPT-3, CLIP, Flamingo, Codex, and DINO.

🔗 Link to Course

Deep Learning (Tübingen)

This course introduces the practical and theoretical principles of deep neural networks.

  • Computation graphs
  • Activation functions and loss functions
  • Training, regularization and data augmentation
  • Basic and state-of-the-art deep neural network architectures including convolutional networks and graph neural networks
  • Deep generative models such as auto-encoders, variational auto-encoders and generative adversarial networks
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Parallel Computing and Scientific Machine Learning

  • The Basics of Scientific Simulators
  • Introduction to Parallel Computing
  • Continuous Dynamics
  • Inverse Problems and Differentiable Programming
  • Distributed Parallel Computing
  • Physics-Informed Neural Networks and Neural Differential Equations
  • Probabilistic Programming, AKA Bayesian Estimation on Programs
  • Globalizing the Understanding of Models

🔗 Link to Course

XCS224U: Natural Language Understanding (2023)

This course covers topics such as:

  • Contextual Word Representations
  • Information Retrieval
  • In-context learning
  • Behavioral Evaluation of NLU models
  • NLP Methods and Metrics
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Stanford CS25 - Transformers United

This course consists of lectures focused on Transformers, providing a deep dive and their applications

  • Introduction to Transformers
  • Transformers in Language: GPT-3, Codex
  • Applications in Vision
  • Transformers in RL & Universal Compute Engines
  • Scaling transformers
  • Interpretability with transformers
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

NLP Course (Hugging Face)

Learn about different NLP concepts and how to apply language models and Transformers to NLP:

  • What is Transfer Learning?
  • BPE Tokenization
  • Batching inputs
  • Fine-tuning models
  • Text embeddings and semantic search
  • Model evaluation
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

CS224N: Natural Language Processing with Deep Learning

To learn the latest approaches for deep learning based NLP:

  • Dependency parsing
  • Language models and RNNs
  • Question Answering
  • Transformers and pretraining
  • Natural Language Generation
  • T5 and Large Language Models
  • Future of NLP
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

CMU Neural Networks for NLP

To learn the latest neural network based techniques for NLP:

  • Language Modeling
  • Efficiency tricks
  • Conditioned Generation
  • Structured Prediction
  • Model Interpretation
  • Advanced Search Algorithms
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

CS224U: Natural Language Understanding

To learn the latest concepts in natural language understanding:

  • Grounded Language Understanding
  • Relation Extraction
  • Natural Language Inference (NLI)
  • NLU and Neural Information Extraction
  • Adversarial testing
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

CMU Advanced NLP

To learn:

  • Basics of modern NLP techniques
  • Multi-task, Multi-domain, multi-lingual learning
  • Prompting + Sequence-to-sequence pre-training
  • Interpreting and Debugging NLP Models
  • Learning from Knowledge-bases
  • Adversarial learning
  • ...

🔗 Link to 2021 Edition

🔗 Link to 2022 Edition

🔗 Link to 2024 Edition

Multilingual NLP

To learn the latest concepts for doing multilingual NLP:

  • Typology
  • Words, Part of Speech, and Morphology
  • Advanced Text Classification
  • Machine Translation
  • Data Augmentation for MT
  • Low Resource ASR
  • Active Learning
  • ...

🔗 Link to 2020 Course

🔗 Link to 2022 Course

Advanced NLP

To learn advanced concepts in NLP:

  • Attention Mechanisms
  • Transformers
  • BERT
  • Question Answering
  • Model Distillation
  • Vision + Language
  • Ethics in NLP
  • Commonsense Reasoning
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

CS231N: Convolutional Neural Networks for Visual Recognition

Stanford's Famous CS231n course. The videos are only available for the Spring 2017 semester. The course is currently known as Deep Learning for Computer Vision, but the Spring 2017 version is titled Convolutional Neural Networks for Visual Recognition.

  • Image Classification
  • Loss Functions and Optimization
  • Introduction to Neural Networks
  • Convolutional Neural Networks
  • Training Neural Networks
  • Deep Learning Software
  • CNN Architectures
  • Recurrent Neural Networks
  • Detection and Segmentation
  • Visualizing and Understanding
  • Generative Models
  • Deep Reinforcement Learning

🔗 Link to Course 🔗 Link to Materials

Deep Learning for Computer Vision

To learn some of the fundamental concepts in CV:

  • Introduction to deep learning for CV
  • Image Classification
  • Convolutional Networks
  • Attention Networks
  • Detection and Segmentation
  • Generative Models

🔗 Link to Course

Deep Learning for Computer Vision (DL4CV)

To learn modern methods for computer vision:

  • CNNs
  • Advanced PyTorch
  • Understanding Neural Networks
  • RNN, Attention and ViTs
  • Generative Models
  • GPU Fundamentals
  • Self-Supervision
  • Neural Rendering
  • Efficient Architectures

🔗 Link to Course

Deep Learning for Computer Vision (

To learn modern methods for computer vision:

  • Self-Supervised Learning
  • Neural Rendering
  • Efficient Architectures
  • Machine Learning Operations (MLOps)
  • Modern Convolutional Neural Networks
  • Transformers in Vision
  • Model Deployment

🔗 Link to Course

AMMI Geometric Deep Learning Course

To learn about concepts in geometric deep learning:

  • Learning in High Dimensions
  • Geometric Priors
  • Grids
  • Manifolds and Meshes
  • Sequences and Time Warping
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Deep Reinforcement Learning

To learn the latest concepts in deep RL:

  • Intro to RL
  • RL algorithms
  • Real-world sequential decision making
  • Supervised learning of behaviors
  • Deep imitation learning
  • Cost functions and reward functions
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Reinforcement Learning Lecture Series (DeepMind)

The Deep Learning Lecture Series is a collaboration between DeepMind and the UCL Centre for Artificial Intelligence.

  • Introduction to RL
  • Dynamic Programming
  • Model-free algorithms
  • Deep reinforcement learning
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

LLMOps: Building Real-World Applications With Large Language Models

Learn to build modern software with LLMs using the newest tools and techniques in the field.

🔗 Link to Course

Evaluating and Debugging Generative AI

You'll learn:

  • Instrument A Jupyter Notebook
  • Manage Hyperparameters Config
  • Log Run Metrics
  • Collect artifacts for dataset and model versioning
  • Log experiment results
  • Trace prompts and responses for LLMs
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

ChatGPT Prompt Engineering for Developers

Learn how to use a large language model (LLM) to quickly build new and powerful applications.

🔗 Link to Course

LangChain for LLM Application Development

You'll learn:

  • Models, Prompt, and Parsers
  • Memories for LLMs
  • Chains
  • Question Answering over Documents
  • Agents

🔗 Link to Course

LangChain: Chat with Your Data

You'll learn about:

  • Document Loading
  • Document Splitting
  • Vector Stores and Embeddings
  • Retrieval
  • Question Answering
  • Chat

🔗 Link to Course

Building Systems with the ChatGPT API

Learn how to automate complex workflows using chain calls to a large language model.

🔗 Link to Course

LangChain & Vector Databases in Production

Learn how to use LangChain and Vector DBs in Production:

  • LLMs and LangChain
  • Learning how to Prompt
  • Keeping Knowledge Organized with Indexes
  • Combining Components Together with Chains
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Building LLM-Powered Apps

Learn how to build LLM-powered applications using LLM APIs

  • Unpacking LLM APIs
  • Building a Baseline LLM Application
  • Enhancing and Optimizing LLM Applications
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Full Stack LLM Bootcamp

To learn how to build and deploy LLM-powered applications:

  • Learn to Spell: Prompt Engineering
  • LLMOPs
  • UX for Language User Interfaces
  • Augmented Language Models
  • Launch an LLM App in One Hour
  • LLM Foundations
  • Project Walkthrough: askFSDL
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Full Stack Deep Learning

To learn full-stack production deep learning:

  • ML Projects
  • Infrastructure and Tooling
  • Experiment Managing
  • Troubleshooting DNNs
  • Data Management
  • Data Labeling
  • Monitoring ML Models
  • Web deployment
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course

Introduction to Deep Learning and Deep Generative Models

Covers the fundamental concepts of deep learning

  • Single-layer neural networks and gradient descent
  • Multi-layer neural networks and backpropagation
  • Convolutional neural networks for images
  • Recurrent neural networks for text
  • Autoencoders, variational autoencoders, and generative adversarial networks
  • Encoder-decoder recurrent neural networks and transformers
  • PyTorch code examples

🔗 Link to Course 🔗 Link to Materials

Self-Driving Cars (Tübingen)

Covers the most dominant paradigms of self-driving cars: modular pipeline-based approaches as well as deep-learning based end-to-end driving techniques.

  • Camera, lidar and radar-based perception
  • Localization, navigation, path planning
  • Vehicle modeling/control
  • Deep Learning
  • Imitation learning
  • Reinforcement learning

🔗 Link to Course

Reinforcement Learning (Polytechnique Montreal, Fall 2021)

Designing autonomous decision making systems is one of the longstanding goals of Artificial Intelligence. Such decision making systems, if realized, can have a big impact in machine learning for robotics, game playing, control, health care to name a few. This course introduces Reinforcement Learning as a general framework to design such autonomous decision making systems.

  • Introduction to RL
  • Multi-armed bandits
  • Policy Gradient Methods
  • Contextual Bandits
  • Finite Markov Decision Process
  • Dynamic Programming
  • Policy Iteration, Value Iteration
  • Monte Carlo Methods
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course 🔗 Link to Materials

Foundations of Deep RL

A mini 6-lecture series by Pieter Abbeel.

  • MDPs, Exact Solution Methods, Max-ent RL
  • Deep Q-Learning
  • Policy Gradients and Advantage Estimation
  • TRPO and PPO
  • DDPG and SAC
  • Model-based RL

🔗 Link to Course

Stanford CS234: Reinforcement Learning

Covers topics from basic concepts of Reinforcement Learning to more advanced ones:

  • Markov decision processes & planning
  • Model-free policy evaluation
  • Model-free control
  • Reinforcement learning with function approximation & Deep RL
  • Policy Search
  • Exploration
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course 🔗 Link to Materials

Stanford CS330: Deep Multi-Task and Meta Learning

This is a graduate-level course covering different aspects of deep multi-task and meta learning.

  • Multi-task learning, transfer learning basics
  • Meta-learning algorithms
  • Advanced meta-learning topics
  • Multi-task RL, goal-conditioned RL
  • Meta-reinforcement learning
  • Hierarchical RL
  • Lifelong learning
  • Open problems

🔗 Link to Course 🔗 Link to Materials

MIT Deep Learning in Life Sciences

A course introducing foundations of ML for applications in genomics and the life sciences more broadly.

  • Interpreting ML Models
  • DNA Accessibility, Promoters and Enhancers
  • Chromatin and gene regulation
  • Gene Expression, Splicing
  • RNA-seq, Splicing
  • Single cell RNA-sequencing
  • Dimensionality Reduction, Genetics, and Variation
  • Drug Discovery
  • Protein Structure Prediction
  • Protein Folding
  • Imaging and Cancer
  • Neuroscience

🔗 Link to Course

🔗 Link to Materials

Advanced Robotics: UC Berkeley

This is course is from Peter Abbeel and covers a review on reinforcement learning and continues to applications in robotics.

  • MDPs: Exact Methods
  • Discretization of Continuous State Space MDPs
  • Function Approximation / Feature-based Representations
  • LQR, iterative LQR / Differential Dynamic Programming
  • ...

🔗 Link to Course 🔗 Link to Materials

Reach out on Twitter if you have any questions.

If you are interested to contribute, feel free to open a PR with a link to the course. It will take a bit of time, but I have plans to do many things with these individual lectures. We can summarize the lectures, include notes, provide additional reading material, include difficulty of content, etc.

You can now find ML Course notes here.