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Machine Learning Course (Stanford University Lectures)

This youtube video playlist is the 'Machine Learning' course (CS229), taught by Professor Andrew Ng, at Stanford University. It provides a broad introduction to machine learning & statistical pattern recognition. There are 20 individual lectures supplied with this playlist.

Topics covered in the lectures include:
  • Supervised learning
  • Unsupervised learning
  • Learning theory
  • Reinforcement learning
  • Adaptive control.
  • Robotic control
  • Data mining
  • Autonomous navigation
  • Bioinformatics
  • Speech recognition
  • Text and web data processing




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Hakuna Matata (Song, The Lion King)

This is the famous song 'Hakuna matata' from the Disney film, The Lion King (1994).

Selected facts about the song:
  • Hakuna matata is a swahili phrase meaning literally, "There are no worries".
  • The musical score was written by Elton John.
  • The accompanying lyrics for the song were written by Tim Rice.
  • In the film the song is sung by Timon (a meerkat), Pumbaa (a warthog), & Simba (the young lion).
  • Timon & Pumbaa, try to convince Simba to forget about his worries.
  • The song also has the backstory of Pumbaa, explaining about his socially embarassing problem of excessive flatulence.



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Hakuna Matata (Swahili Phrase)

Hakuna Matata Basic Facts:
  • Hakuna matata is a Swahili phrase.
  • It literally translates as "There are no worries".
  • Sometimes it is translated as "no worries".
  • It is similar to the English phrase "no problem".
The Lion King (Disney Film, 1994):
  • The phrase was used in the very popular Disney film, The Lion King (1994), and this has subsequently lead to an increased popularity of the Swahili saying.
  • "Hakuna Matata" is also a song from Disney's, The Lion King.

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K P C O F G S (Mnemonic, see KPCOFGS)

For mnemonic K P C O F G S - see KPCOFGS (mnemonic).


Related Links:
Mnemonic Chess - Kings Play Chess On Friday, Generally Speaking
Biology Classification Rap (T.H. Culhane, 1989)
KPCOFGS Species Blog



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Kings Play Chess Often For Great Sport (Mnemonic)


Kings Play Chess Often For Great Sport (KPCOFGS) is another mnemonic for remembering the classification of living organisms. See other Kings Play Chess mnemonics.

Kings - Kingdom
Play - Phylum
Chess - Class
Often - Order
For - Family
Great - Genus
Sport - Species

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