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You can read ahead in last year’s notes. However, the material will be reordered and update this year. Please don't ask questions on last year's notes, but wait until they appear here.
A coarse overview of major topics covered is below. Some principles aren't taught alone as they're useful in multiple contexts, such as gradient-based optimization, different regularization methods, ethics, and practical choices such as feature engineering or numerical implementation.
You are encouraged to write your own outlines and summaries of the course. Aim to make connections between topics, and imagine trying to explain to someone else what the main concepts of the course are.
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