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Would maximizing (instead of minimizing) error of an LLM/HMM lead to complex behavior?

Imagine we have some sort of "next token predictor," either with transformer architecture, LSTM, or just a HMM (though the terminology I use here will be less aligned to HMMs, I believe the ...
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Is Fashion MNIST a useful benchmark in industry? [closed]

I wanted to know what practitioners, especially people in companies using image recognition algorithms, feel about the Fashion MNIST benchmark. I understand that it is not the end all be all and that ...
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Is synthetic data just a placebo for immature models?

I apologize for the provocative question, but let me elaborate. I am trying to wrap my head around the logic of synthetic data. When you train a model what you are trying to do is to teach the ground ...
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Could you recommend action recognition dataset?

background I want to do action recognition for academic, but I can't find dataset what I want. so, I wonder Which dataset is suitable for me... What I want? I want to find dataset such as.. labeling ...
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Training YOLO on YOLO results

I have a large unlabelled dataset. What if I use YOLO to label it? Will this dataset be useful to train a better YOLO model? What if I then finetune it on a smaller labelled dataset? My usecase ...
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What are the differences between loss surfaces that "derive"from different observations?

If I understand right that each observation whithin a dataset, creates a different loss surface where we want to find the global minimum. How different those surfaces one from another? Would it be ...
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What role does data quality plays in the LLM scaling laws?

DeepMind released the Training Compute-Optimal Large Language Models paper in 2022 which describe some scaling laws for LLMs. As far as I understand this is the most accredited reference to estimate ...
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Datasets for conversation topic classification with focus on chat

Are there good datasets or even pretrained models for classifying chat lines? I'd like to infer the topic people are talking about and possibly topic changes. One of the problems with data that is ...
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AI and Machine Learning Prediction Algorithms for predicting outcome results of Hypothetical poll

Can artificial intelligence and Machine Learning Prediction Algorithms assist in deciding the Outome Results of a Hypothetical Online Poll? Poll: Selecting favorite American President till date. ...
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Creating a Dataset from Time Series Data

Context I'd like to build a regression model for this data to predict a user's test scores given their study habits. Basically, the variables are in two separate csv tables similar to the ones below. ...
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Is there a deep learning model when train data and test data (or real data) have some common and uncommon labels?

I am building DL model that predict test data (or real) that has some different labels compared to training dataset. My semi-supervised model is kind of terrible to predict test data (77~85% ish), and ...
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What are possible reasons for the validation loss increasing with more data?

I trained a neural network on an NLP problem and compared the loss and BLEU score on the validation data with the same training parameters in two scenarios: a) when I trained on 25% of the data, b) ...
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Is data useless for a neural network if some inputs are derivatives of other inputs?

That is, if some of the inputs to a neural network can be calculated by a pre-determined function whose variables are other inputs, then are those specific inputs useless? For example, suppose there ...
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How to get ZINC 500k dataset?

I have been using the ZINC graph regression dataset available through pytorch geometric datasets for a while now in two of its modes (12k examples and 250k examples). However, in the PapersWithCode ...
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How to organize data for training a neural network to raytrace images

I am trying to train a neural network to go from a series of numbers(data about a 3D scene, such as camera position, sphere position, radius, and color, etc) to a raytraced image. I can generate as ...
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How can imitation learning data be collected?

How can imitation learning data be collected? Can I use a neural network for that? It might be noisy. Should I use manual gathering?
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Fine-tune GPT-Neo with prompt and completion?

I'm new to AI and machine learning. To fine-tune GPT-3, I understand that we need a set of training examples that each consist of a single input ("prompt") and its associated output ("...
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Do Neural Networks tend to have Zero Mean Errors in each Output?

My NN (a few linear layers with ReLUs + batch normalization, no activation in the last layer) learns to approximate vector-valued labels $y_z$ from data $z\sim\rho_z$ in a supervised way, i.e. net$(z)=...
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Split dataset into Train/Validation/Test for Object Detection

I have a dataset for Object Detection with YOLO format labels, each imagine can have occurences of different classes and multiple occurences of the same class. How can the dataset be divided into ...
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What are common benchmarks (simulators and datasets) for testing compositionally in the visual domain?

Learning an object decomposition from a visual scene is a difficult problem for language models describing the scene, for radiance fields that reconstruct the scene, and also for generative models ...
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How can I encode angle data to train neural networks?

I am training a neural network where the target data is a vector of angles in radians (between $0$ and $2\pi$). I am looking for study material on how to encode this data. Can you supply me with a ...
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Can independent datasets be artificially combined for multimodal learning (semi-synthetic data generation)?

BACKGROUND: To apply multimodal machine learning (ML), the various data modalities typically come from the same example (e.g., chest X-ray (modality 1) and ...
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Are the "artifacts" in select Keras MNIST training images really there or is my download corrupt?

I'm having fun with a ludicrously well known and used dataset: mnist. I am doing it with a huge and well known tool: keras. Please excuse the red dots, something else I was doing. I have otherwise ...
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Why does data augmentation using synthetic data generated by one model improve the performance of another model?

I understand from articles like this one that synthetic data generated by one model based on real data can improve the performance of a second model. Can anyone help me understand the intuition behind ...
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Machine Learning Methods commonly used when data are scarse

It is well-known that deep neural networks require lots of data to perform reliably and well. A commonly-cited statistic is that you need at least 10,000 examples per class for a classification ...
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Generating synthetic time series data with limited data

I would like some opinions on my current situation. I have a set of time series data that I want to forecast. The data however is not very long (around 500 rows) so I was looking into generating many ...
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To train a mushroom vs. non-mushroom image classifier, which images should comprise the negative class?

I want to train a model that will identify if the image is mushroom and non-mushroom. If the image is mushroom, I will use another existing model to categorize if its poisonous or edible. I want to ...
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How is MNIST only providing the training and the test sets? What about the validation?

I was taught that, usually, a dataset has to be divided into three parts: Training set - for learning purposes Validation set - for picking the model which minimize the loss on this set Test test - ...
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Is there an image classification dataset where the class depends on spatial relations?

My question is pretty much the one asked above. To clarify a bit further: I have only found datasets that do object localization and that also have relations between the objects annotated (like: "...
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Can I use a dataset with real-world images and corresponding actions that the expert took to train an IRL algorithm?

Offline Reinforcement Learning approaches like Inverse Reinforcement Learning/ Batch RL/ imitation learning/ behavior cloning allow us to use previous demonstrations by an expert to learn a policy. ...
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Does more data increase training accuracy in neural networks?

I was wondering what is the performance benefit of feeding more data to a machine learning model like a neural network? Like I know one of the benefits is that it increases generalization - testing ...
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Feature Engineering on transactional dataset clustering

I have a data set with transactions details from different business (roughly 1 thousand business entities). Each row is a transaction. The structure of the dataset is as follows: client_id Sex Age ...
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Master theorem about polynomial classifiers?

Does anyone know if there is a theorem or counterexample establishing whether or not for any given binary classification task in some finite (possibly large) dimensional vector space of attributes, ...
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Meaning of Large Dataset for machine learning

Some online answers about parameters in machine learning mention that it is dependent on the size of dataset we have (if it is a large dataset or not). Is this size related to the number of samples we ...
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combine two features in dataset?

I have a data set containing the number of security gaps and the level of that gap for a specific website. Now suppose I have 2 features in this data set, the first feature is the number of a ...
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Datasets input at model.fit produce unexpected results of training loss vs validation loss

Im trying to train a neural network (VAE) using tensorflow and Im getting different results based on the type of input in the model.fit. When I input arrays I get normal difference between the ...
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Should I include overlapping (input) Data in my training data

If I have time dependent data and want to predict the relative change for a future time. Should I separate the data so that the input times don't overlap? With an example: I have hourly temperature ...
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What should be taken as random variables in the distributions of datasets?

Consider the following two paragraphs taken from the paper titles Generative Adversarial Nets by Ian J. Goodfellow et.al #1: Abstract We propose a new framework for estimating generative models via ...
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What makes a 'good' dataset

for the usage of ML technologies, having a appropriate dataset is arguably the first and fundamental step one has to tackle by either aquiring a dataset from external sources or creating their own. ...
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Is there a way to improve the low-quality data?

I'm on a robotics team and we've been tasked to write a program to differentiate between a live and dead fish. We've been given ~15 minutes of training footage and it's absolutely terrible. It's low ...
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Is there an argument against using the (reviewed) predictions of a model as ground truth to further train exactly this model?

I plan to use my predictions as ground truth to continue training my model. These predictions are of course reviewed during this process. Is there an argument against that (reinforcement of slight ...
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Which existing model could be used for wind speed and direction prediction?

I am trying to predict the wind speed and wind direction in a graph network for a geographical area. The dataset includes the start and end nodes, the distance between them, and wind speed and ...
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What is the total number of actions and rewards count

Reading this two articles about Reinforcement Learning: Deep Reinforcement Learning with Double Q-learning by Hado van Hasselt et al. Human-level control through deep reinforcement learning by ...
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How to use oxford5k for training?

Generally, we have training data with landmark IDs, their GTs (positive samples), and then separate query images and corresponding positive samples for evaluation. In the Oxford5k or ROxford5k, one ...
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How to deal with an unbalanced dataset?

I'm constructing a feed forward neural network that predicts whether a patient will get a stroke or not. However, my dataset is very unbalanced. Out of 5111 rows, 250 contain patients that have had a ...
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How to create a dataset for binary classification

I would like to classify whether a pot of water is boiling or not using a CNN. Is it enough to take pictures of boiling water using only one pot, or should I use different pots for this to generalize ...
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Having the negative cases in the same batch vs. shuffling the dataset

I am working on a model for an NLP task. The model encodes the text and has a regression output layer. In this task, from each instance (positive), I create several negative cases using a specific ...
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Is there a standard term for the following flaw in the data?

I wonder if following characteristic of data has some standard "professional" or scientific term associated with it. Let's assume that I have a set of dog/cat images labeled 0 for a cat and ...
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What are the "per image" annotations that are generally used for image datasets in AI?

Computer vision is highly benefited by AI algorithms. Image data is abundantly available. There are different varieties of tasks such as image classification, prediction, segmentation, generation, ...
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What is all necessary types of data for a bidirectional RNN to learn embeddings?

Bidirectional RNNs are used for generating the semantic vectors of the text at the sentence level and word level. In order to train a CNN for the classification tasks, images, and labels/outputs are ...
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