Artificial intelligence is becoming so commonplace, it might soon replace CEOs. Yet we're only at the beginning of how data management, machine learning, and coding can change the world. If you want to catch up to this rapidly changing industry, the pay-what-you-want bundle on AI and Python development ebooks by Mercury Learning can help you quickly get up to speed.
Mercury Learning is one of the top ebook publishers in the STEM space, with the goal of getting vital information to those who need it quickly, effectively, and efficiently, from both top educators and experienced professionals.
This collection starts with the basics of Python — for those new to either the language or just starting in programming — and then builds on those lessons with books on game design, machine learning tools such as TensorFlow, and artificial intelligence from the basics to complex applications. The books include videos, source code, and project tools so you can teach yourself at your own pace and dig into how the code functions.
The pay-what-you-want model creates a crowd-driven discount. As more and more coders and future IT pros decide what they want to pay for the ebook collection, the average of those purchases is tracked with the top buyers ranked on a leaderboard. You can pay any amount and receive a portion of the books from the bundle. If you pay more than the current average price, the whole bundle is yours. And if you put yourself at the top of the leaderboard, even only for a moment, you're automatically entered to win in the epic giveaway that runs when the leaderboards close.
Whether you're looking for a new career, or need a well-stocked digital library at your fingertips for a more complex AI project, you can save up to 99% on $554 worth of reference works and educational tools.
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