ChatGPT, Bard, Midjourney or DAL-E2 in particular are examples of Generative AI models that are revolutionizing our world. They’ve gone viral, but beyond using them, it’s a good idea to understand how they work and how far you can go in this area. And that’s where Google comes in.
most complete course, In mid-May, Google announced the launch of a course in the field of generative artificial intelligence – they called it “Career”. Although they advertised it as a way to better take advantage of the possibilities of their cloud platform, Google Cloud, the course can be used by anyone with an interest in this area.
11 courses (could be more), The “race” currently includes 11 free courses that range from the basics – an introduction to generative AI – to more advanced topics such as how to build image capture models or how to use AI models provided by Google with its Vertex AI. through the platform. This formation is indeed growing and adding new courses: it was born with seven of them, but has since added four more.
a subset of deep learning, Priyanka Vergadiya, one of the people responsible for this initiative, explained how generative AI is part of the well-known discipline of deep learning, which in turn is involved in machine learning.
Google knows about this, It may be that at the moment other models such as ChatGPT—from OpenAI—or Midjourney are more popular than Google’s own proposals, but this company is responsible for creating the concept that led to this explosion of generative AI. The concept is none other than Transformer Architecture, “a type of AI that can map long-range dependencies and patterns on large training sets, and then use what it learns to produce text, images, audio, and new content.” commits to. data.” Synthetics”.
A good way to enter this segment, We’ve all been experimenting with these models for a long time, but this is a great way to learn the basics of this unique technology. There are of course other options—Andrew Ng and OpenAI have proposed a free one on Prompts Engineering and another recently with the ChatGPT API for example, but even so, Google’s proposal is welcome.
a certification never hurts, This series of Google courses consists of a series of videos of various durations – often between an hour and an hour and a half – that we must complete in order to earn a “Skills Badge” that certifies that we have completed them. There are also badges that indicate we’ve completed some of these courses, and it can be interesting to certify that we’ve completed them as we seek new professional goals.