Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to learn how to code or to level-up your data science skillset?
Now is a great time to get started. While many parts of the U.S. economy have suffered during the pandemic, investments in data science and machine learning continue to grow. We see a red hot jobs market in these sectors.
To help improve your knowledge, we’ve listed our five favorite YouTube channels for teaching data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
Tech With Tim is a go-to resource for data scientists of all levels.
To get started, we recommend his Python Machine Learning playlist, which provides some basic machine learning concepts and ideas before moving on to more advanced topics.
You can tell Tim genuinely loves learning and teaching machine learning, and he’ll occasionally spice up his channel with live streams and interactive content.
If you want a little more “entertainment” with your data science, subscribe to Ken Jee’s channel. Jee is the Director of Data Science at Scouts Consulting Group, and he specializes in sports analytics.
We particularly like Jee’s video “How I Would Learn Data Science (If I Had to Start Over).” As a current working professional, Jee’s insight is extremely useful and relevant.
Somewhere between Tech With Tim and Ken Jee is Corey Schafer. He’s upbeat and personable, but his content is also information-rich and dense for those looking to really dig in. His SQL playlist provides a perfect example of this dynamic.
Josh Starmer makes machine learning fun. He’s both a data scientist and a musician, so his videos combine jingles and some post-production that breaks up the often monotonous format of tutorial videos.
Check out his “Gentle Introduction to Machine Learning” for a perfect example.
With 400,000+ subscribers, StatQuest provides a massive community of budding data scientists to learn and to share ideas.
We couldn’t forget sentdex. With almost 1 million YouTube subscribers, Harrison Kinsley has built a data science empire.
He dives into various technologies, concepts, and ideas from Python to Web development to machine learning and much more. The major appeal of sentdex comes from Kinsley’s commitment to breaking down ideas and to really digging into the minutiae of algorithms.
What are your favorite YouTube channels for data science? We’d love to hear your recommendations. Email us at sales@recruitAbility.ai.