Machine Learning For Dummies (2nd Edition) eBook for Free [Worth $18]

Machine Learning For Dummies (2nd Edition) eBook by John Paul Mueller and Luca Massaron usually costs $18. It is now free, but only for a limited time.

To get the ebook for free, visit this giveaway page set by TradePub.

Hit the “Download” button and fill in all the required details in the form, such as name, email address.

This ebook size is around 13.3 MB with 467 pages. This free offer is valid till January 26, 2022.

About Machine Learning For Dummies eBook:

As a result of Hollywood and other movie studios getting into the picture, the term “machine learning” has a lot of different meanings.

Movies like Ex Machina have made machine learning look like a lot of different things that it isn’t. Of course, most of us have to live in the real world, where machine learning does a lot of things that have nothing to do with making androids that can pass the Turing Test (making their creators think they’re human).

Machine Learning For Dummies, 2nd Edition shows you how machine learning works in the real world, and it shows you what amazing things you can do with this technology.

It’s a big deal if you can learn the basics of machine learning. This opens up a whole new world of jobs, from fraud detection and search engine optimization to real-time ads and credit-scoring, and so much more!

This 2nd edition ebook does not assume that you already know a lot about programming languages like Python. Instead, it lets you get started right away with the basics that will help you build the models you need to do real-world things like making money or finding a new job. It shows that you don’t need to be a math genius to make fun of new tools and use them in your work and study.


  • Understand the history of AI and machine learning
  • Work with Python 3.8 and TensorFlow 2. x (and R as a download)
  • Build and test your own models
  • Use the latest datasets, rather than the worn-out data found in other books
  • Apply machine learning to real problems