“AI for Everyone”: new course from deeplearning.ai now available on Coursera

“AI for Everyone”: new course from deeplearning.ai now available on Coursera

Dear Friends,

I am excited to announce the newest course from deeplearning.ai, “AI for Everyone.” It is now available on Coursera.

AI is not only for engineers. This non-technical course will help you understand technologies like machine learning and deep learning and spot opportunities to apply AI to problems in your own organization. You will see examples of what today’s AI can – and cannot – do. Finally, you will understand how AI is impacting society and how to navigate through this technological change.

If you are a non-technical business leader, “AI for Everyone” will help you understand how to build a sustainable AI strategy. If you are a machine learning engineer or data scientist, this is the course to ask your manager, VP or CEO to take if you want them to understand what you can (and cannot!) do.

AI for Everyone

Artificial intelligence will transform every industry, just as electricity did 100 years ago. Between now and 2030, AI will create an estimated $13 trillion of GDP growth.

Through my work with Landing AI, I meet daily with CEOs who want to transform their companies with machine learning. The number one question they ask is how to align their long-term business strategy with today’s AI capabilities.

The AI-powered future must be built by both engineers and domain experts. We will need millions of AI engineers. We will also need millions of CEOs, product managers, marketers, salespeople, designers and financiers who understand how to apply AI technologies within their organizations and communities.

Bringing the deeplearning.ai community together

Since launching the Deep Learning Specialization, hundreds of thousands of you have enrolled in a course and begun furthering your career in deep learning.

You can enroll for “AI for Everyone” today.

I look forward to hearing from you and am excited to continue expanding the AI community together.

Andrew Ng, Co-founder of Coursera