NOTE: This course is closing to new enrollments on December 4, 2019. Enroll prior to this date if you'd like to access content and earn a specialization certificate. This course immerses learners in deep learning, preparing them to solve computer vision problems. Learners plunge into the field of computer vision that deals with recognizing, identifying and understanding visual information from visual data, whether the information is from a single image or video sequence. Topics include object detection, face detection and recognition (using Adaboost and Eigenfaces), and the progression of deep learning techniques (CNN, AlexNet, REsNet, and Generative Models.) This course is ideal for anyone curious about or interested in exploring the concepts of visual recognition and deep learning computer vision. Learners should have basic programming skills and experience (understanding of for loops, if/else statements), specifically in MATLAB (free introductory tutorial: https://www.mathworks.com/learn/tutorials/matlab-onramp.html). Learners should also be familiar with the following: basic linear algebra (matrix vector operations and notation), 3D co-ordinate systems and transformations, basic calculus (derivatives and integration) and basic probability (random variables). It is highly recommended that learners take the “Deep Learning Onramp” course available at https://matlabacademy.mathworks.com/. Material includes online lectures, videos, demos, hands-on exercises, project work, readings and discussions. Learners gain experience writing computer vision programs through online labs using MATLAB* and supporting toolboxes. This is the fourth course in the Computer Vision specialization that lays the groundwork necessary for designing sophisticated vision applications. * A free license to install MATLAB for the duration of the course is available from MathWorks.