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Diving into deep learning

f you went to high school in the United States, you are familiar with the typical school day. Students sit at rows of desks, listening to the teacher lecture, perhaps coming up to the board to solve a problem, or meeting in small groups to fill out a worksheet. Considerable amounts of class time are spent preparing students for the high-stakes tests that dominate the college admissions process. Even at the top end of the achievement spectrum, students complain they have to stuff huge numbers of facts and theorems into their brains, only to forget them after the tests.

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