What is my next distinction nlp or cv or data science

I finish deeplearning course and i dont know what do i desire nlp or cv …or data science
And i search for course i found nlp Specialization and and alot of course more than which i founded for computer vision…why?
Can u help me to choise my roadmap

Hi, @Mohamed_khaled_badr !

I agree with you that there are a lot of great fields of application for deep learning. I started as a researcher dedicated to Computer Vision some years ago because I was excited about the deep learning breakthrough. Nowadays, DL has reached to almost every research field and the latest advancements in NLP like GPT, ChatGPT, BLOOM, etc, are pretty atractive.
The only thing I could recommend you to do is to try a lot of different things and find out the one you feel most confortable with.

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Hi @Mohamed_khaled_badr,

in addition to @alvaroramajo‘s valuable hints:
I would also suggest considering the domain area you currently work in or plan to work in in the future, in addition to your personal interests and strengths;

  • e.g. computer vision is great if you know automated driving is your area,
  • on the other hand if you want to focus on language models, the NLP specialization might be more interesting…

Dependent on your plans, also MLOps or the TF specialisation might be worth a look: After completing DLS, what’s next - #4 by Christian_Simonis

Best regards

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Can i recommend a cv course on Coursera?
Or what should i learn after Dl

What should i do after i decided cv
Any course or road map??

Hi there,

Did you check the TF specialization?

Among others they describe what you will learn as follows:

Best practices for TensorFlow, a popular open-source machine learning framework to train a neural network for a computer vision applications.

Best regards

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If you rather want to practice CV on a Raspberry Pi, there are also Udemy courses which you can check out, see also: https://www.udemy.com/course/image-processing-on-raspberry-pi/

I would recommend to quickly take a look at the course content (e.g. preview function) and cross check if it matches your expectations and needs.

Anyway, good luck and all the best along your learning journey!

Best regards