Machine Learning with Core ML 2 and Swift 5
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Machine Learning with Core ML 2 and Swift 5

Learn how to integrate machine learning into your apps. Hands-on live coding with CoreML, Vision, NLP, CreateML and more
4.6 (22 ratings)
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174 students enrolled
Created by Karoly Nyisztor
Last updated 1/2019
English
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Current price: $9.99 Original price: $104.99 Discount: 90% off
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This course includes
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 1 downloadable resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Learn Core ML from a leading expert
  • Get a practical introduction to machine learning in the context of iOS and macOS development

  • Gain a working knowledge of the brand new Core ML 2, Vision, Natural Language Processing and Create ML

  • Learn how to integrate natural language text analysis into your apps
  • Build apps that can recognize and classify objects in images and video streams
  • Use Core ML to perform sentiment analysis on Amazon product reviews
Course content
Expand all 42 lectures 02:07:59
+ Introduction
6 lectures 10:50

Before we start our journey, I’d like to show you what you should already know to get started with Core ML and bring your game to the next level by integrating machine learning into your apps.

Preview 01:35

Arthur Samuel, an American artificial intelligence pioneer was the first who used the term "machine learning" back in 1959.
A computer program is said to learn if it keeps improving its performance on a specific task. Let's take a look at what that actually means.

What is Machine Learning?
02:27

Machine learning works in two distinct ways: supervised and unsupervised learning.

Supervised and Unsupervised Machine Learning
02:00

In this lecture, we're going to take a closer look at supervised machine learning.

The Machine Learning Model
02:43

So, what's the deal with machine learning in iOS (and macOS, tvOS and watchOS)?

iOS and Machine Learning
01:05

This course comes with exercise files that you can use to follow along. In this lecture I share with you the demo repository URL and some useful hints.

Exercise Files
01:00

Test what you learned about machine learning

Test Your Skills
2 questions
+ iOS Machine Learning Architecture
5 lectures 08:48

A quick overview of the machine learning components provided by Apple and how they relate to each other.

A High-Level View
01:15

Let's take a look at the CoreML framework.

The CoreML Framework
01:13

You may find the NaturalLanguage framework useful if you need to analyze natural text. In this lecture, I'll walk you through the main features of this awesome framework.

The NaturalLanguage Framework
01:25

Use the Vision framework to incorporate synthetic vision features into your apps. In this lecture, we'll talk about the capabilities of the Vision framework.

The Vision Framework
01:47

The GamePlayKit framework provides AI and ML features to be used in games and simulations. Let's have a look at these features.

The GamePlayKit Framework
03:08
+ Natural Language Text Analysis
5 lectures 17:20

A sneak peak at what we’re going to build in this section.

Preview 01:23

Finally, let's start coding! In this lecture, you're going to create a playground project that recognizes the dominant language of a text.

Recognizing the Dominant Language of a Text
06:06

In this lecture, you're going to implement a string tokenizer that works with text provided in any language.

Tokenizing a String
04:13

In this video, you'll explore further features of the NSTagger class. You're going to build a demo that identifies the nouns, verbs, adjectives etc. in a string.

Identifying Parts of Speech
03:22

In this lecture, you’re going to implement a demo that can identify names, places and organizations in natural text.

Identifying People, Places and Organizations
02:16
+ Image Analysis with the Vision Framework
8 lectures 34:37

Here's a sneak peak at the synthetic vision demos you'll build in this section.

Preview 00:52

In this lecture, I'll show you the details of the iOS app that will serve as a starting point for all the demos in this section.

The Starter App
03:45

Before we start the actual image analysis implementation, let’s take a closer look at how the Vision framework works.

Analyzing Still Images using Vision
01:30

You're going to implement the Vision request handler in this lecture.

Implementing the Image Request Handler
07:05

Follow along and implement the image analysis request. You'll use this request to detect rectangular areas in still images.

Implementing the Image Analysis Request
06:30

Vision returns the observations in the Quartz 2D coordinate system. We need to perform a series of transformation before we can visualize the results.

Converting Coordinates Between Quartz 2D and UIKit
03:55

The next step is to visualize the detected observations.

Visualizing the Detected Rectangles
06:35

In this demo, you’re going to update the rectangle detector project so that it finds and demarcates regions of text, faces and barcodes in still images.

Preview 04:25
+ Training a Flower Classifier on Your Computer using Create ML
9 lectures 25:00

A sneak peak at the image classifier demo you'll build in this section.

Preview 00:42

We start by collecting the data we want to use for training. The data needs to be organized in a certain structure and there are further requirements. Let's dig in.

Recognizing Flowers - Preparing the Training Data
02:24

In this lesson, you’re going to train an image classifier in Xcode. You’re going to train your model in a Swift playground.

Training an Image Classifier in a Playground
04:31

You’ve created a flower image classifier model, so let’s use it in a real app. I walk you through the iOS app we'll use as a starting point before you start adding the missing features.

Recognizing Flowers - the Starter App
02:02

Here's what happens when you drag a CoreML model into Xcode.

Integrating the Flower Classifier Model
04:00

In this lecture, you'll implement the evaluation of the results returned by Vision.

Displaying Predictions
03:00

We continue by implementing the image picker.

Picking an Image
02:37

The Flower Classifier app is almost ready. So, let's put together all the pieces.

Performing the Image Analysis Request
03:00

Finally, it's time to try out the Flower Classifier app!

Preview 02:44
+ Determining the Tonality of a Review
8 lectures 30:21

A sneak peak at the Amazon review sentiment analyzer app you're going to build in this section.

What Are We Going to Build?
00:36

Let's take a look at the training data. This time we'll use the JSON format.

Preparing the Training Data for the Review Sentiment Classifier
01:23

In this lesson, you're going to create a playground and start implementing the logic required to train the sentiment analysis model.

Training a Text Classifier in a Playground
06:03

The training process begins by creating an MLTextClassifier instance.

Creating the MLTextClassifier
05:16

Next, you write the code that exports the trained classifier to a Core ML model file.

Saving the Core ML Model
02:57

In this lecture, we start implementing the Review Sentiment Analyzer iOS app. First, we put together the app’s user interface.

Laying Out the User Interface of the Review Classifier App
02:59

We finish the Review Sentiment Analyzer iOS app by integrating the trained model and implementing the missing functionality.

Integrating the Review Classifier Model
06:42

Finally, let's test the finished Review Sentiment Analyzer app with real product reviews.

Testing the Review Classifier App
04:25
+ What's Next?
1 lecture 01:03

Congrats, you’ve reached the end of this course! Let me share some closing thoughts with you.
I also added links that will get you discounts on my other courses.
Thanks for watching!

Bonus - Goodbye!
01:03
Requirements
  • You should have a Mac with macOS Mojave with Xcode 10 or later installed on it
  • You should have a solid understanding of the Swift 3 or Swift 4 programming language
  • You should definitely go ahead if you know how Xcode works
Description

Smart homes, self-driving cars, Siri, Alexa - some prevalent examples of how machine learning and artificial intelligence have become part of our daily life. Wouldn't it be cool to understand the concepts behind these complex topics?

This course teaches you how to integrate machine learning into your iOS, macOS or watchOS apps. We're going to demystify what machine learning is by investigating how it works and delving into the most important concepts.

This course is going to familiarize you with common machine learning tasks. We'll focus on practical applications, using hands-on Swift code examples.

We'll delve into advanced topics like synthetic vision and natural language processing. You'll apply what you've learned by building iOS applications capable of identifying faces, barcodes, text and rectangular areas in photos in real-time.

You'll learn how to train machine learning models on your computer. You're going to develop several smart apps, including a flower recognizer and an Amazon review sentiment analyzer.
And there's a lot more!

And no worries -- we introduce each concept using simple terms, avoiding confusing jargon.


Topics include:

- Understanding the machine learning frameworks provided by Apple

- Natural language text processing using the NaturalLanguage framework

- Setting up a Core ML project in Xcode

- Image analysis using Vision

- Training an image classifier on your computer using CreateML

- Determining the tonality of an Amazon product review


"Machine Learning with CoreML 2 and Swift 5" is the perfect course for you if you're interested in machine learning, or if you’re looking to switch into an exciting new career track.


Student reviews

“Thank you Karoly, you have delivered another excellent course, with detailed explanations and real world examples of machine learning that any app developer will be able to put into practice with their app development.Excellent course.” - Jim McMillan

“This course is the best introduction to Machine Learning with Swift. It is going to familiarize you with common machine learning tasks and is very helpful for beginners.” - Zbyszek Pietras

“I've been looking for a course that teaches CoreML2 with natural language processing and CreateML. I found this course very useful and gets directly to the important topics. I also appreciated the Vision CoreML section as well.” - Dan Gray

About the Author

Károly Nyisztor is a veteran mobile developer and instructor.

He has built several successful iOS apps and games—most of which were featured by Apple—and is the founder at LEAKKA, a software development, and tech consulting company. He's worked with companies such as Apple, Siemens, SAP, and Zen Studios.

Currently, he spends most of his days as a professional software engineer and IT architect. In addition, he teaches object-oriented software design, iOS, Swift, Objective-C, and UML. As an instructor, he aims to share his 20+ years of software development expertise and change the lives of students throughout the world. He's passionate about helping people reveal hidden talents, and guide them into the world of startups and programming.

You can find his courses and books on all major platforms including Amazon, Lynda, LinkedIn Learning, Pluralsight, Udemy, and iTunes.


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Who this course is for:
  • You should take this course if you want to get started with Core ML
  • This is the perfect course for you if you want to bring your game to the next level by integrating machine learning into your apps