I’d just started my annual review of free online courseware for relevant computer science and statistics curricula when a colleague referred me to a NYTimes.com article on a new company formed by Stanford CS faculty colleagues Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller.

Two and a half years ago, I mentioned a free Stanford machine learning course taught by Ng in an OpenCourseWare update blog. I was very impressed with the curricula, noting at the time: “All the pieces – lectures, notes, handouts, review documents, assignments and tests – are in place for enterprising ‘open’ BI candidates to learn the same ML material as advanced Stanford students, without leaving their notebook computers.”

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