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AI in Sports with Python (video course)

A project in San Francisco, CA by Kevin Ashley

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A video training course on AI in Sports with Python. Learn and apply Artificial Intelligence with fun examples.
Backers: 113
Average Pledge Per Backer: $60

Funded: $6,820 of $1,500
Dates: Jun 1st -> Jul 31st (60 days)
Project By: Kevin Ashley
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Latest News

Great news! Book proof received from publishers, goes to print in August!

July 21st - via:
Book proof received from publishers, goes to print in August! Great news, I just received my book proof from the publishers, APRESS: after reviewing it this week, the book goes to printing, earlier than scheduled! We are almost there! Huge thanks to... (Read More)

AI in Sports with Python: Progress Update (Release Schedule) - 14 Episodes Recorded

June 29th - via:
Thanks to all my supporters, my AI in Sports with Python course progresses at a steady pace to the release this summer, along with the book! I now recorded about half of the course, 14 episodes, grouped into modules (those in progress are in... (Read More)

We made it!

June 11th - via:
We made it! We are now fully funded to work on the video course.  Next stretch goals Adding more Python examples on new and emerging areas (like 3D dense pose) More sports! Add new video episodes for additional sports: I had some requests on adding... (Read More)

Great start! We are on the way to meeting our goal!

June 2nd - via:
Thanks for a great start! I'd like to thank all contributors to AI in Sports with Python (video course) for a great campaign start! Thanks to you we are firmly on the way to achieving our funding goals. I'm simultaneously working on new episodes for... (Read More)

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