I'm currently pursuing an undergrad in Computer Science and Engineering from an Indian university. I really like machine learning, but of late, I've been doing some digging and I think I really like quantum algorithms. So I thought it'd be for the best if I could intersect the two subjects: This is how I stumbled upon Quantum Machine Learning. But the problem is, I noticed that most of the contributors in this field are from a physics background, which I found very discouraging.
Is there any way I can study quantum learning models and related stuff, keeping in mind my current background? I'll be applying for my GRE's and making applications (most probably for a PhD) by the end of next year. What are some of the courses that I should look out for?