It is safe to say that most people still have very little knowledge or experience with GenAI. Which leaves us with the task to find good resources that can quickly upskill the team with the right information.
I recently pulled together a list of 12 online courses.
Many courses are free. But this can change at any time with no notice. Some are free to audit and charge to unlock labs, badges, or certificates of completion.
Beginner courses target all professionals. Intermediate level courses have technical requirements and are geared towards developers or data scientists but can be good for citizen developers and citizen analysts.
Most beginner courses are a bit dry and mostly reading. Courses over 1 hour duration offer some hands-on practice.
(Disclosure: I have no affiliation with these programs and do not get paid to promote them)
|Foundations in Prompt Engineering
|Basic and advanced prompts. Mitigate bias.
|Prompt Engineering for Developers
|Deep Learning AI
|ChatGPT specific. Nice video instruction alongside library docs
|Some Python needed. Free for now.
|Multi language, Earn badge
|AI with Python
|In depth, self-paced, Multi Language
|Fundamental AI Concepts
|Broad topics: ML, NLP, AI, Risks
|ChatGPT for Everyone
|Waitlist to enroll, $ for monthly subscription
|Intro to GenAI Learning Path
|Must pay for labs
|Data Science: Machine Learning
|Free to audit, $ for certificate
|Language Models by LangChain
|Apply LLM to your own data
|Free for now. Some Python helps.
|GenAI Learning Plan for Decisions Maker
|Three courses, variety of use case stories.
|Reading, no videos. AWS/Amazon promo.
|AI for Everyone
|Good videos. Business oriented, strategy and impact
|Not industry specific
|GenAI with LLMs
|Lifecycle of LLM based GenAI, practitioner stories
|For AWS. Pre-reqs.
With so many options out there, finding the right GenAI course can be overwhelming and time-consuming. This curated list is designed to streamline your search, saving you time and effort in navigating the expansive world of GenAI learning.
Curated by: Susan Stocker