You are saying that “If y = 0, then as f(x) → 0, then the loss → 0”. This is not wrong.

SInce you were also wondering if Andrew might be discussing for other case (which can only be y = 1), do you think that the narration between 9:09 - 9:13 is unclear for which case is being discussed?

So, (Q1) between 8:15 and 9:19, did Andrew change from talking about y=0 to talking about y=1? (Q2) If you listen to 9:09-9:13, can we be 100% sure that Andrew did NOT switch to y=1? (Q3) If he was indeed talking about y=1, would it be still contradictory?

To me, the answers to Q1 and Q2 are not certain and we need the course team to clarify, but for Q3, I think we know the answer is NO, right?

Great, @i200660_Mirza_Ubaidu! Now we are on the same page - your understanding is correct, but the video sounds confusing. In fact, I had shared this with the course team, and then we have to wait for their response!