To limit access to the assignments to only enrolled students and to avoid having the solutions show up online publicly, the assignments will only be posted on Ed (not the course website nor Canvas). Assignments will be submitted through Gradescope. You will receive an invite to Gradescope for CS229 Machine Learning Spring 2021. If you have not received an invite email after the first few days of class, first log in to Gradescope with your @stanford.edu email and see whether you find the course listed; if not please post a private message on Ed for us to add you. All assignments must be submitted individually.
This quarter, as in some past quarters of 229, we are allowing pair submissions for homeworks. You may submit solo or with a partner (in which case please submit only once on Gradescope, and add their name). This is unrestricted; you may do some or all assignments solo, or with the same (or different) partners.
If you work with a partner, you must be sure you both understand all written material / code submitted. Don't just divide up the work; this will potentially put you at a disadvantage on the midterm and elsewhere in your AI/ML career! We strongly recommend working through each problem together.
Regardless of whether you work solo or with a partner, you may discuss the homeworks at a high level with other students in the class. Talking through approaches is OK, but you may not e.g. directly trade answers; in particular, you must not look at any written work or code from anyone but your partner (if any).