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What is ratio of the objective function in the case of continuous action spaces?

I'm trying to implement the proximal policy optimization (PPO) algorithm. I'm confused on how to make it work with continuous action space. For discrete action space, the output of the network is the ...
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How can I use Q-learning for inventory decision making?

I am trying to model operational decisions in inventory control. The control policy is base stock with a fixed stock level $S$. That is replenishment orders are placed for every demand arrival to take ...
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How to verify your ideas for AI model

I have very practical problem. When I would like to solve some "harder" problems, I usually have multiple ideas how to solve it. My problem is, that I don't know how to verify my ideas in easy/fast ...
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Change a data compression function into prediction

I've heard prediction is equivalent to data compression. prediction (essentially equivalent to data compression) Is there a way to take a compression function and use it to create an AI that ...
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Is it possible to have a dynamic $Q$-function?

I am trying to use Q-learning for energy optimization. I only wish to have states that will be visited by the learning agent, and, for each state, I have a function that generates possible actions, so ...
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Suicide Predictor and Locator

Suicide is on the increase in my country and most victims tend to leave early traces from text messages, social media accounts, search engine queries. So I came up with the idea to develop an AI ...
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How should I detect an object in a camera image?

I would like to create a model, that will tell me if one type of object is in an image or not. So, for example, I have a camera and I would like to see when one object gets into the shot. Object ...
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Can an AI simulate someone that is diagnosed as “Special Needs”?

Do you think it would be possible to train an AI in such a way as to mimic/simulate someone that is diagnosed as "Special Needs"? Why? Most diagnosis and treatments for people today are subjective, ...
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How should I build an AI that quickly detects falling game assets on screen?

I want to build an AI that plays a simple android game. The game is just a one at a time object falling, some times at an angle. The AI needs to recognize the object and to decide whether to swipe ...
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Which loss functions for transforming a density function to another density function?

I am looking at a problem which can be distilled as follows: I have a phenomenon which can be modeled as a probability density function which is "messy" in that it sums to unity over its support but ...
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Can a cognitive architecture utilized for event recognition?

Cognitive architectures like SOAR, ACT-R and Clarion are often described in the AI literature corpus. The elements of such system are oriented on human information processing. Different modules for ...
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Which online machine learning technique to use for multi-class classification problem with multiple inputs?

I have the following problem. We have $4$ separate discrete inputs, which can take any integer value between $-63$ and $63$. The output is also supposed to be a discrete value between $-63$ and $63$. ...
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Why not go another layer deeper with Auto-AutoML?

So I'm finding AutoML to be pretty interesting but I'm still learning how it all works. I've played with the incredibly broken AutoKeras and got some decent results. The question is, if you are using ...
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How to deal with invalid output in a policy network? [duplicate]

I am interested in creating a neural network-based engine for chess. It uses a $8 \times 8 \times 73$ output space for each possible move as proposed in the Alpha Zero paper: Mastering Chess and Shogi ...
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How should I deal with vector states in reinforcement learning?

I am wondering if anyone has any experience dealing with vector states, that is, a state that has multiple values. I cannot find any coding examples online and I am trying to implement Q-learning. Any ...
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Application of Blockchain in Fraud detection in stock market

I want to develop a fraud detection application in the stock market Using Blockchain technology, we have some pattern that defines the anomaly for use of supervised machine learning but there is one ...
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When should I use Reinforcement Learning vs PID Control?

When designing solutions to problems such as the Lunar Lander on OpenAIGym, Reinforcement Learning is a tempting means of giving the agent adequate action control so as to successfully land. But ...
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What are the known ways to test AI black boxes?

Is there any conmprehensive paper or site that describes an overview of the known black box testing techniques?
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Are the ideas in the paper “Governance by Glass-Box: Implementing Transparent Moral Bounds for AI Behaviour” novel?

In the paper Governance by Glass-Box: Implementing Transparent Moral Bounds for AI Behaviour, the authors seem to be presenting a black box method of testing. Are these ideas really new? Weren't these ...
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AI use in the automation of software development?

Progressive software development includes Agile methodologies, such as Scrum, test driven design, user stories, lean development, and continuous integration. Business driven software development and ...
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How do I solve the problem of positioning 11 pieces into a 8x8 puzzle?

I was trying to figure out how to create a solver to the puzzle of putting 11 pieces in a board (8 x 8). I created the game in http://www.xams.com.br/quebra. It is possible to turn the piece 90 ...
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Do we need to use the experience replay buffer with the A3C algorithm?

I have skimmed through a bunch of deep learning books, but I have not yet understood whether we must use the experience replay buffer with the A3C algorithm. The approached I used is the following: ...
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Adding input features - is complete re-training required?

I've never worked with very large models that require weeks or months of training, but in such a situation, what happens if you want to add extra features inputs, do you need to re-train the entire ...
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Changing the batch, mini-batch and learning rate for a previously-trained model

If I'd previously trained a model and saved the whole training session (using TensorFlow tf.train.Saver.save()), and then later restored the session (using ...
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Edge AI device to run inference

I'm trying to figure out what's the best way to get a trained model that does facial detection to run on a camera that's connected to a computer and perform inference. Since I don't need the device ...
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Will we be able to build an artificial intelligence that feels empathy?

Nowadays, robots or artificial agents often only perform the specific task they have been programmed to do. Will we be able to build an artificial intelligence that feels empathy, that understands ...
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Can an AI be created to work on itself independently without human assistance from the time it is created?

Can an AI be created to work on itself independently without human assistance from the time it is created? Can it access all the data it wants to from the internet as well as the dark web? Can it have ...
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How should I encode a categorical input?

Let's say you have an input which can take one of 10 different unique values. How would you encode it? Have input length 10 and one-hot encode it. Have 1 input but normalise the value between the ...
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How do I choose the number of neurons in the fully-connected layer before the softmax layer?

I am solving a classification problem with CNN. The number of classes is 5. How can I decide the number of neurons in the FC layer before the softmax layer? Is it $N * 5$, where $N$ is the number of ...
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What can be considered a deep recurrent neural network?

In the paper Deep Recurrent Q-Learning for Partially Observable MDPs, the DRQN is described as DQN with the first post-convolutional fully-connected layer replaced by a recurrent LSTM. I have DQN ...
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Has any research been done to solve word searches with AI?

A simple word search seems too simple to solve with a computer AI. But what I'm interested is how human's solve it. They build up strategies over the course of solving the puzzle. For example: 1) ...
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Creative AI semester project (4 week time-frame)

I am taking AI this semester and we have a semester project. We can choose just about anything. I was wondering if anyone has a creative idea that I might be able to do. Nothing that is so extensive ...
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Superhuman AI to disguise as human players

TL;DR below. You entered a online mini video game. It's a fast-paced hypercasual game. But it's a ranked one - top 10 get prizes. The leaderboard resets and prizes are handed out every couple of ...
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How could we solve the TSP using an hill-climbing approach?

How could we solve the TSP using an hill-climbing approach?
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Admissible and consistent heuristics

I am wondering about a problem that I was given to solve: Given circular trail divided by n segments(n>2) labeled 0..n-1. In the beginning an agent is at the start of segment number 0 (the edge ...
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Building AI as an Operating System

This is in continuation of my last question here. I am just starting to build an OS which will be based on AI or rather Synthetic Super Intelligence. I also wrote a paper on it for which I am working ...
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An idea I had to create the first Humanoid using Deep Learning

I've come up with an idea on how we could use a combination of Deep Learning and body sensors to create a walking talking living humanoid. Here goes: First, we will recruit 1 billion people and have ...
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How to design an ANN to give an answer that includes two different components?

As an experiment, I want to teach an ANN to play the game of Nim. The normal game is between two players and played with three heaps of any number of objects. The two players alternate taking any ...
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Is my Neural Network program fully connected?

I have the following program for my neural network: ...
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Sun loving social AI spider robot? [closed]

Platonic solids are regular, convex, and equilateral polyhedrons with congruent faces and a congruent number of edges meeting at the vertices. We can see them in toys; the six faces of the cube ...
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Any research that proposes ways to improve a semantic network from phonetic sequences?

Inputs: Time series of spectra representing human speech Semantic network (as a directed graph) associations Outputs: Modified version of the semantic network input Edge types in the graph (...
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Smielapp design feasible now?

Consider a SmielApp1, pronounced smile-app. It's a proposed app for Android, iOS, LINUX, and other phone, tablet, laptop, and desktop environments.2 The system requirements are a microphone, a speaker,...
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Design for a lovable and loving AI?

People often value their pets, livestock, plants, yachts, cars, and plants. Dogs are considered family members by many families. Cats that might contribute little more than a purr or a look are also. ...
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Self-evolving AI

How would I go about designing a (relatively) simple AI that discovers and invents random more complex concepts on its own? For example, say I had a robot car. It doesn't know it's a car. It has ...
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Neat Algorithm Question

I am new to this community, I have simple question. Can inputs nodes or output nodes be connected to each other in Neat Algorithm? Note: Inputs to --> Inputs or Output to --> Outputs
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Genetic algorithm generation of fuzzy rules with artificial network adjustment of fuzzy probabilities

Are there any working AI system designs or theory to support a system where an artificial network is trained to to adjust fuzzy probabilities and modify the parameters of a genetic algorithm that ...
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Can Fuzzy Logic Control Self-tune as Other Learning Systems Do?

This inquiry appeared in the comments to one of the answers of this question, but is actulaly not related to emotional intelligence, so it is reproduced here as a separate question I thought (maybe ...
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Is learning possible without random thoughts and actions?

In my view intelligence begins once the thoughts/actions are logical rather than purely randomn based. The learning environments can be random but the logic seems to obey some elusive rules. There is ...
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Is “emotion” ever used in AI?

Is "emotion" ever used in AI? Psychologists have a lot to say about emotion and it's functional utility for survival - but I've never seen any AI research that uses something resembling "emotion" ...
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Artificial intelligence services at the edge

I am a strategy consultant, deeply interested in edge computing and distributed and decentralized systems. In performing some analysis on current edge offerings, I am curious as to how ML and AI ...