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Grokking Artificial Intelligence Algorithms: calculus requirement

 
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Hello rishal,
For someone  getting into AI without a calculus background. Do you think I can go through this book without it?
 
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I think yes .

Form about the book:

All you need is the algebra you remember from high school math class.

 
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Hi there. Absolutely. The intention of the book is to teach AI algorithms using visual tutorials, and practical examples. There is some math in some areas, but the logic is explained simply, without any assumption of prior Calculus knowledge.
 
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