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Andrew Ng is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, and a co-founder of Coursera, which is working with top universities to offer a high quality education to anyone in the world, for free. He is also the Director of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab, the main AI research organization at Stanford, home to 15 professors and about 150 students/post docs.
At Stanford, he led the development of the ml-class/db-class online education platforms, which were the precursor to the Coursera platform and the MOOC movement. In Fall 2011, he was the instructor of ml-class, a Machine Learning class that was one of Stanford's first massive online courses, and had an enrollment of over 100,000 students. Today, Coursera has 120 courses across a broad range of disciplines, and over 1.1 million enrolled students.
Small Group Coaching Expertise: Online education.