The magazine of Tilburg University — Univers — recently interviewed me on my PhD research on People Analytics and data-driven Human Resource management. The Dutch write-up by interviewer Ron Vaessen you can find here, but is unfortunately available in Dutch only.
The full text of my dissertation can be accessed in a flipbook here or downloaded directly via this link.
I have also dedicated several blogs to more background information. A small extract on the ethics of people analytics and machine learning in HR I posted here. Those interested in visualizing survival curves like I did can see this post. Curious about the cover design, read this post.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) hosts their entire 2010 course on artificial intelligence / machine learning by Professor Patrick Winston on YouTube. Although some parts seem already kind of dated seven years later, the videos on several evolving topics (e.g., Neural Networks) have been updated in the fall of 2015. The tutorial assignments you can find at the course website. Requirements for the course include experience with Python programming and an understanding of search algorithms (depth-first, breadth-first, uniform-cost, A*), basic probability, state estimation, the chain rule, partial derivatives, and dot products.
Below is the first, introductory lecture, which provides a short introduction to the history and concept of artificial intelligence:
AI is about algorithms enabled by constraints exposed by representations that support models targeted at loops that tie together thinking, perception and action.