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Introduction to Machine Learning

About this Course 146,612 recent views This course will provide you a foundational understanding of machine learning models (logistic regression, multilayer perceptrons, convolutional neural networks, natural language processing, etc.) as well as demonstrate how these models can solve complex problems in a variety of industries, from medical diagnostics to image recognition to text prediction. In addition, we have designed practice exercises that will give you hands-on experience implementing these data science models on data sets. These practice exercises will teach you how to implement machine learning algorithms with PyTorch, open source libraries used by leading tech companies in the machine learning field (e.g., Google, NVIDIA, CocaCola, eBay, Snapchat, Uber and many more). Simple Introduction to Machine Learning The focus of this module is to introduce the concepts of machine learning with as little mathematics as possible. We will introduce basic concepts in machine

Introduction to Payment Dispute Resolution

Introduction to Payment Dispute Resolution What you'll learn The different types of dispute resolution - both litigation and ADR approaches An extensive list of all reason codes for payment chargebacks, and what each represents How the chargeback process works between an acquiring and issuing bank, as well as possible payment scheme involvement How ODR affects dispute resolution by leveraging online communication Requirements None! Description -------------------------------- The Problem -------------------------------- Payment disputes are an important issue to solve, either as a merchant, cardholder or bank. There are many reasons for disputes, and multiple methods for dispute resolution. All of these can affect the results of a dispute for the different parties involved. In order to be effective at dispute resolution, it's important to understand not just the reasons for disputes, but also the mechanisms for their resolution, and the consequences of each. It'