Notes: Probability & AI Curriculum

June 17, 2020

[Disclaimer:  I am not an expert on this topic, and I have likely just learned about this material for the first time. I don't guarantee the accuracy or correctness of anything. Consider this to be a page in my personal notebook. It is subject to change and revision over time. Equations in images are screen shots taken from study sources.]

This is a snapshot of my curriculum for exploring the following questions:

This reflects my current estimate of the landscape, and summarizes where my interests and aspirations have taken me so far. It is not set in stone. I may follow through on it, or I may diverge as I learn more. I primarily follow the current of my curiosity.

Visualization of topic tree. Nodes are organized hierarchically be level of abstraction, with dotted-lines representing non-hierarchical associations. Colors designate hierarchy-level. Made with <a href="https://www.yworks.com/yed-live/">https://www.yworks.com/yed-live/</a>
Visualization of topic tree. Nodes are organized hierarchically be level of abstraction, with dotted-lines representing non-hierarchical associations. Colors designate hierarchy-level. Made with https://www.yworks.com/yed-live/

Description of topics

Here are the topics from the graph above, with descriptions to the extent that I understand them, and links to reference material.


Notes: Probability & AI Curriculum - June 17, 2020 - pragmanym