Take Stanford Computer Science Courses This Fall: Free Worldwide

This fall, professors from Stanford’s prestigious School of Engineering will offer online three of its most popular computer science courses: Machine LearningIntroduction to Artificial Intelligence and Introduction to Databases. (You can sign up by clicking on these links.) The courses will feature short, interactive video clips that students can watch whenever and wherever they want; short quizzes that provide instant feedback; and the ability to rank questions to be answered by Stanford instructors. According to the Stanford Report, “Already more than 58,000 people have expressed interest in the artificial intelligence course taught by Sebastian Thrun, a Stanford research professor of computer science and a Google Fellow, and Google Director of Research Peter Norvig.”

This isn’t the first time Stanford has offered free computer science courses to the world. Back in 2008, Stanford Engineering Everywhere presented lectures from 10 complete online computer science and electrical engineering courses. This includes the three-course “Introduction to Computer Science” sequence taken by the majority of Stanford undergraduates. These courses are all listed in the Computer Science and Electrical Engineering sections of our big collection of Free Online Courses. H/T @eugenephoto

via Stanford News

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  • Gianluigi Baldesi says:

    I would like attending these courses.
    Thank you for offering them !


  • Ahmed Lachheb says:

    I have also found couple of weeks ago while I am completing an assignment for my education technology graduate class that MIT is offering free lecture online as well. http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/
    MIT Open Course Ware (OCW) is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity. Students can use this academic online platform to learn more about linguistics from the best well known school of linguistics in the world. Teachers can use this website as a main source for lecture’s building and to give assignments for the students based on the materials shared in this website.

  • Zion says:

    I reli appliciate ur kindness 2 all computer student on net.pls, i also need ur help bcus i’am also new student of computer science

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