# A Statistical View of Deep Learning: Retrospective

Over the past 6 months, I've taken to writing a series of posts (one each month) on a statistical view of deep learning with two principal motivations in mind. The first was as a personal exercise to make concrete and to test the limits of the way that I think about, and use deep learning in my every day work. The second, was to highlight important statistical connections and implications of deep learning that I do not see being made in the popular courses, reviews and books on deep learning, but which are extremely important to keep in mind. Post Links and Summary Links to each post with a short … Continue reading A Statistical View of Deep Learning: Retrospective