Instructors: R. Venkatesh Babu and Anirban Chakraborty
Teaching Assistant: Jogendra Nath Kundu and K Ram Prabhakar
Classroom Venue: Room No. 202, CDS Department
Class Timings: Wed 4:00 - 5:30 pm, Fri 11:30 - 1:00 pm
Tutorial: Mon 4:00 - 5:30 pm (tentatively after 4th Feb)
Course Registration Form: Link to Google Form

Brief description of the course

In the recent years, Deep Learning has pushed to boundaries of research in many fields. This course focuses on the application of Deep Learning in the field of Computer Vision. The first half of the course formulates the basics of Deep Learning, which are built on top of various concepts from Image Processing and Machine Learning. The second half highlights the various flavors of Deep Learning in Computer Vision, such as Generative Models, Recurrent Models, and Deep Reinforcement Learning Models.

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Primary crucial prerequisites : Machine Learning and Computer Vision/Image Processing

Secondary Prerequisites(familiarity preffered): Statistics and Linear Algebra.

Course Outcomes

  1. Thoroughly Understanding the fundamentals of Deep Learning.
  2. Gaining knowledge of the different modalities of Deep learning currently used.
  3. Gaining Knowlegde about State-of the art models and Other Important Works in recent years.
  4. Learning the skills to implement Deep Learning based AI Systems(Use of Multiple packages etc.)