High-value AI and Machine Learning Certifications Under $50

Our AI/ML research lab now offers a quick path to certification in generative AI and other modern topics relevant to new developments in the industry, as well as traditional and specialized certifications and training. All in Python. Probably the fastest and most affordable way to earn professional, high value credentials offered by one of the top leaders in the field.

If you thought certifications and training for advanced AI/Machine Learning specializations was out of reach due to the steep price, prerequisites and time commitment, read on. MLtechniques.com now offers two paths:

  • Automatic qualification for busy professionals with 2+ years of relevant industry experience and fluent in analyzing data. Read more here to see if you qualify.
  • Online training and guidance to complete and post 2 projects on GitHub completed at your own pace within 30 days, if you don’t meet the above requirement but have programming experience.

All the material is open source and mostly free, including Jupyter notebooks, professional Python code and technical documents. You get to interact with the founder of the company  – a world leader in AI and ML with substantial industry experience – for guidance, and to help you complete your projects if needed. No meaningless quizzes to succeed, and not based on memorizing and applying old-fashioned concepts. The only cost is to download the textbook relevant to the certification, priced below $50 with one exception.

GANs, one of the techniques covered in the Generative AI certification

The following certifications are currently offered:

  • Certified Machine Learning Professional
  • Certified Generative AI Professional
  • Certified Data Visualization Professional
  • Scientific Computing with Python
  • Time Series and Geospatial Modeling
  • Statistical Optimization for AI and Machine Learning
  • Certified NLP Professional

For details and how to obtain your certification, follow this link.

This is how your certification would look like on your LinkedIn profile


Besides the aforementioned features, the program offers the following benefits.

  • In less than 30 days, you will be able to use efficient and advanced techniques on real world data, learn trade secrets from a top expert, know the limits of each method, how to overcome them, and what works best in specific contexts.
  • Obtain a certificate to add to your LinkedIn profile, in the credentials section.
  • Possibility to request a customized certification reflecting your own experience, if desired.

To see how the certification would look like on your LinkedIn profile page, see example here, and look at the LinkedIn section entitled “Licenses and certifications”.

About the Company

MLtechniques.com is a private, self-funded ML/AI research lab developing state-of-the-art open source technologies related to synthetic data, generative AI, cybersecurity, geospatial modeling, stochastic processes, chaos modeling, and AI-related statistical optimization.  It was founded in 2020 by Dr. Vincent Granville, one of the top leaders in the field.

About the Founder and Instructor

Vincent Granville is a pioneering data scientist and machine learning expert, co-founder of Data Science Central (acquired by  TechTarget in 2020), founder of MLTechniques.com, former VC-funded executive, author and patent owner. Vincent’s past corporate experience includes Visa, Wells Fargo, eBay, NBC, Microsoft, and CNET. Vincent is also a former post-doc at Cambridge University, and the National Institute of Statistical Sciences (NISS). He published in Journal of Number TheoryJournal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series B), and IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence. He is also the author of multiple books, including “Intuitive Machine Learning and Explainable AI”, available here. Vincent lives  in Washington state, and enjoys doing research on spatial stochastic processes, chaotic dynamical systems, experimental math and probabilistic number theory.

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