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How to build an AI, which is supposed to show emotions to an human User? [closed]

I plan to develop a computer pet that is as natural as possible. I think that neural networks can be used well for this, because they make it possible to constantly adapt to the user and also don't ...
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How to choose the right size LLM for inference to balance latency and accuracy, among several LLMs from 3B through 140B?

I have multiple instances of a same LLM architecture in different sizes from 3B through 72B. I want to build a system that simple questions will be sent to smaller models, and hard questions to bigger ...
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Navigating the Tightrope: Balancing AI Security and Data Privacy Amidst Data Poisoning

As artificial intelligence systems grapple with data poisoning, how can a balance be struck between security measures to combat such attacks and preserving data privacy and user freedom?
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Using AI to search for references in a dataset

I'm a long-time programmer just starting to look at AI so I'm not even sure what I need to ask or search on. All examples I'm finding out there on Onnx seem to be dealing with images. What I'd like ...
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How to train continuous probability distributions as output from a neural network?

I'm training time series models on numerical forecasting, and I'm seeing inherent difficulty in modeling the uncertainty of the values. Time series forecasting generally has a pattern of uncertainty ...
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What type of AI model should I use to generate practice questions?

I have a set of multiple choice English questions, and I wanted to use AI to generate more questions to quiz myself with. I know there are platforms online to accomplish this, but I wanted to ...
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Why are the generator and discriminator designed differently in this example?

Why are the generator and discriminator designed differently in the example My First GAN of the coursera course: Build Basic Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs)? Why didn't we use the same set of ...
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Should I use RL for this allocation problem and, if yes, which RL approach?

I want to use RL to solve the problem of Unit Allocation. SETTING: So for example in a game you can use units of type A and units of type B and you know that your opposing player has units of type C ...
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How to estimate the weight of quarry material in a pile

A quarry wants to know the weight of materials they extract from the quarry. I was thinking they could use some computer vision to estimate the weight based on a 3D generated model of the quarry ...
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Application of AI for chat-rooms to process data

I have a software that is designed for students to have chat rooms with their classmates, and I want to process the datas being exchanged in the chat-rooms using AI model. The issue is, I don't know ...
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Do people realize that AI can't produce new results? [closed]

I read a good article about how AI raises the performance of low performing employees generally while not helping high performers as much. So employers might hire people with less experience, pay high ...
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Which RL algorithms can be used in an environment where actions have to be performed only in specific situations?

I am wondering which RL algorithms can be used in an environment where actions have to be performed only in specific situations. For example, on a conveyor belt on which a box that fulfills certain ...
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Using multi-dimensional rewards to prevent intermediary reward bias

I came up with a new type of reward scheme to avoid intermediary reward bias and am unable to find any literature references to it. My questions are Is this novel? Is this useful? The approach is as ...
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Advanced / Complex Neural Network (System) Design

In addition to basic forward networks, many books cover other basic network designs like CNN's and RNN's. However, they don't really go any further than that, explaining things like common approaches ...
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Is there a state-based approach to neural networks?

It occurred to me that neural networks operate like straight-line programs: an input is processed once by the layers, and an output is always immediately formed, in the same amount of time for each ...
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Symbolic AI in the medical field, specifically in diagnosing a patients condition. Have i understood the concept behind how it works?

This scenario should demonstrate just how the system along with the rule works in a medical diagnosis where the symptoms of the patient are evaluated by the system to determine what condition he/she ...
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Regression loss conditioned by the ground-truth values

I'm working on a regression problem with a CNN in which the input is a single image, and the output is an angle in degrees (which determines a specific measure related to the image). Sometimes, the ...
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Do "procedurally generated" images use a set of base images to generate new images (as AI generated images do)?

I am new here, and apologize if this question is off-topic. I know that AI generated images are based on a set or database of real images created by real artists. In game development, I have heard of ...
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Which algorithm do I need to use to calculate the error?

I am building a neural network for a AI whose goal is to learn to implement the XOR logical function.I have this code so far: ...
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How to differentiate fuzzy matching from artificial intelligence [duplicate]

I am curious about the term "fuzzy matching," and whether it falls under the category of artificial intelligence. Specifically, when can we say that a website or system is using AI, and when ...
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Approximate the chance of a number is prime using neural network

How to create a model that can give an output with a range of 0 to 1 with a sigmoid activation function where the value closer to 0 means the lesser chance that the input number is not prime and the ...
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Cooperation between pattern recognition and neural networks for better design of AI

I continue to try to understand how a human brain works and how we can use it to set up AI which would copy the behavior of a actual person. A few days ago I uploaded a question where I described a ...
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RNN - Time To Stop extimation given non-categorical events sequence

I have a dataset which contains sequences of event of the following type: Timestamp_s Timestamp_e Event_type I've preprocessed the data to create sequences of the shape [seq_size, unique_codes_count]...
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Hardware for EdgeML/EmbeddedML [closed]

I want to learn more about EdgeAI or EmbeddedML, whatever term you like best. I played with an Arduino Nano, running some of the tutorial projects (motion detection), but I don't think it is up to ...
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Simple model to predict road traffic?

Given GPS tracking data of many trips belong to different drivers, different type of vehicles Each GPC point recorded after 10 seconds I can map matching the GPS data back to the roads sections Right ...
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Multi Output Regression but num of objects to predict vary per sample

so recently I came across a problem of predicting the positions of objects from a pulse wave. My biggest concern here is that for each data sample, the number of objects varies. I know that this ...
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Is regression method the best for my case?

newbie here. I'm starting to work on a custom model for a very specific task, so I found no pre-trained models for this task so far. After checking (un)supervised learning approaches I believe that ...
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How to approach abstract art image AI captioning [closed]

I tried sachin/vit2distilgpt2 to caption an abstract image I have, and it seemed to output a blank string for the caption. I'm new to this, but my goal is to ...
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Where would If my goal was to do OCR pdf text extraction on 1000s of PDFs I have?

So I have lots of data (pdfs) that I want to train an AI model to extract info from. All of them are a little different but have the same key data points. Is it possible to train an AI on the pdfs I ...
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can GPU crypto mining rigs be converted to train or run AI? [closed]

SHORT VERSION: "I've got a bunch of GPU mining rigs, surely I can do something useful with them like train my own AI or provide hashing power to astronomy or genome folding operations?" TLDR:...
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Can AI be used for submarine detection?

Recently a lot of work has been done in connection to using AI in the search for extraterestrial life, the SETI project. Could the same methodology be used by the military, in order to detect ...
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Has anyone tried to train a GPT model predicting the next N tokens instead of the next one token?

I have been thinking about how learning via text works on humans: we read words, and often we need to read ahead a few words to understand more clearly the ideas that we read before. Most of the time, ...
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I understand a neural network is a program, or something similar, but what exactly does it look like while it's learning?

I'm currently working on a novel which has a neural network at its center, and I'm no expert in programming. This might be the wrong place to ask, but I was curious what it looks like if you're ...
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Do different architectures really make a difference or is it just a matter of the training process?

I was wondering which influence different architectures for deep learning truly have on the performance. Of course, substantial changes in the paradigms we use when building neural networks (such as ...
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Causal Inference: Understanding the impact of an intervention

I'm trying to create a pipeline for a very common business scenerio. I want to see whats the impact of an intervention on an outcome. For example I want to know if I send a marketing email (...
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Rebuild Tiktok Manga/Anime AI model

I have a task to build the Tiktok Manga/Anime AI model or the Anime AI model like Snap Edit application. I have researched and collected several models on Github, but they still are not good enough, ...
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How should I train the players in the game of tag?

I have a simple game of tag, where red player tries to catch the blue player. Red player wins if it catches the blue player in under 10 seconds, but if not, then blue wins. My goal is to teach the ...
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Is this a better formulation of the Turing test?

Would the Turing test be better formulated by assessing whether the creator (as opposed to a third party) was able to tell the difference between their program and a human? A magician, through the use ...
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Is Computer Vision always related to Machine Learning?

So I have AI project about motion detection with image subtraction. Regardless what are the object used, if there are change between two frames according threshold ...
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Using AI to extend an imagine pattern

I have created some nice patterns using the MidJourney tool. I'd like to find a way to extend these patterns, and I was thinking about an AI tool that takes one of these patterns and extends it in all ...
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Cross Validation and hyperparameter selection correct procedure

I am trying to run a regression supervised learning problem. The dataset is not very large and I wanted to do some cross-validation to avoid overfitting. As I have read it's important to do a ...
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What reinforcement learning architecture is recommended for multiple outputs in continuous resource management?

I would like to develop an agent to provide resources to multiple machines simultaneously. The overall resources are limited. The agent should distribute the resources in such a way that the machines ...
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Theoretically, how can the trait "humbleness" be incorporated into AI design, specifically Artificial General Intelligence?

On Google Scholar ("humble" and "AI") yields (About 175,000 results), while ("Humble AI") yields about 34 results. It seems that the trait of "humbleness" and ...
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Musical notes interpretation [closed]

Musical notes Musical notes videos Piano Can AI, Machine learning, Data science, Computer vision, image processing technologies assist in interpreting musical notes ? Input dataset : Musical notes ...
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How to represent multiple-output logic circuits in tree-based genetic programming

Consider the following digital logic circuit, which has multiple inputs and one output: The logic circuit above can be represented in tree form: This tree representation could then be used in a tree-...
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What to look out for when designing an environment regarding observations?

When designing an environment, what should one look out for when designing the observation space to make the environment as easy to be learnable for an agent as possible? E.g. make sure the markov ...
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What components of reinforcement learning influence the result the most?

I'm working on my thesis concerning a reinforcement learning problem and am trying to prioritise my time on different components of it: Formalising the agent environment (like the design of state-, ...
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Derive information for sub-scoring from one scoring model

I am currently working in Python with a random forest algorithm to perform a scoring. My output is binary. The idea now is to derive sub-scores from the above model that give an opinion on different ...
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What is the place of ontologies in artificial intelligence?

Very much a general question here, from a somewhat uneducated perspective. I'm currently part way through an MSc in AI, and at the minute I am taking a module on Knowledge Engineering and ...
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Appropriate ML algorithm to solve a cutting pattern problem

I have a rectangular area, where I need to place some 2 dimensional geometrical shapes - like a square or circle or a little more complicated shapes. And after the arrangement these shapes should be ...
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