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Intro to philosophy of AI and neural nets book?

What are some recent books that introduce AI and neural networks while also discussing the related philosophical issues like epistemology and whether AI is really thinking, etc.?
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Is there any work that applies the approach in “Finite-Sample Convergence Rates for Q-Learning and Indirect Algorithms” to standard Q-learning?

I am trying to mathematically characterize the finite sample convergence rates for Q-learning. To this end, I have read the following papers Learning rates for Q-learning, by Eyal Even-Dar et al.; ...
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What is “fill” algorithm used for image resizing and cropping?

I was going through this documentation directed by Codelab-Developer-Google. In order to resize an image, the notebook is using the "fill" algorithm. See the below code ...
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What is the state of the art in melody generation?

Generative Adversarial Networks can generate realistic photos of people, such as thispersondoesnotexist.com. I wonder whether one can train an artificial intelligence on a batch of plain solo melodies ...
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What is the best way to train neural network with imbalanced mixed data (images and structured data)?

I have structured data and image data to solve a regression problem. One sample of structured data can be related to N images. If I use only structured data, I get decent performance, but not enough ...
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Increased performance using monotonic constraints with neural networks

I see that with the xgboost library, we can tell the training process that some features are necessarily monotonic with the model's output - https://xgboost.readthedocs.io/en/latest/tutorials/...
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Are there any good references that describe the equations of the forward pass of Graph Neural Networks?

I am trying to program Graph Neural Network from scratch. Can the community please suggest a good reference/s to read about the equations of the forward pass in Graph Neural Networks, especially in ...
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Which AI techniques are there that combine multiple models to make sense of data at different stages?

I have been working to design a system that uses multiple machine learning models to make sense of data that is dynamically webscraped. Each AI would handle a specific task, for example: An AI model ...
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What are the most relevant resources that define the face detection problem formally?

I am new to AI, and I am a bit lost about finding the relevant materials that define the face detection problem formally/mathematically. Can anyone help me formally define face detection, or at least ...
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Positional encoding in convolutional layers

Positional encoding (PE) is an essential part of the self-attention layers in the transformer architectures since without adding it in some way (fixed of learnable) to the input embeddings model has ...
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Why did Distributional Q Learning go out of popularity?

I read some papers (for example, this) and blogs that spoke about the advantages of distributional Q learning. However, it no longer seems to come up in literature. Did it have any shortcomings that ...
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Can Reinforcement Learning be used to generate sequences?

Can we use reinforcement learning for sequence-to-sequence tasks? If yes, whether or not this is a good choice, how could this be done?
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How can I design a machine translation model that produces a mapping between the words in the source and target sentences?

I have a dataset of sentences of language X and Y X Y abc def lang xyz pqrt mno uages I want to have an output as a table with word-by-word translation (...
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Book(s) for text embedding

Text here refers to either character or word or sentence. Is there any recent textbook that encompasses from classical methods to the modern techniques for embedding texts? If a single textbook is ...
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Current extensions of the “Turing Test”?

In 2014 it was widely reported that the Turing Test had been passed, and that this was a major AI milestone. See: Computer AI passes Turing test in 'world first [BBC]; Turing Test Success Marks ...
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Which well known node embedding algorithms to use for weighted graphs?

I am looking for a node representation learning algorithm to generate node embeddings that supports weighted graphs. I modified GCN to support weighted graphs, but I want to know an algorithm that ...
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How to Approach a Conversation Detector?

I am currently looking for a way to detect if a conversation is occurring. The meaning of the conversation is not important for this case. One approach that seems viable is to try to detect a voice ...
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Why was the VC dimension not defined for all configurations of $d$ points?

Let's start with a typical definition of the VC dimension (as described in this book) Definition $3.10$ (VC-dimension) The $V C$ -dimension of a hypothesis set $\mathcal{H}$ is the size of the ...
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What are the typical sizes of practical/commercial artificial neural networks?

I'm interested in artificial neural networks (ANN) and I wonder how big ANNs in practical use are, for example, Tesla Autopilot, Google Translate, and others. The only thing I found about Tesla is ...
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Is there literature on Neural Network with activation functions of bounded domain?

I think to have found a somewhat interesting connection between neural networks and another area of mathematics. However, it requires the activation functions in the network to have a bounded - ...
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Is it possible to do object detection on an object classification dataset?

I'm new to computer vision, which I find fascinating. I wonder whether it is possible or if there has been any research into going from object recognition data to object detection. In other words, ...
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Is there a different approach, other than MAML combined with LSTM, for meta-regression of time-series data?

I am working on the calibration of low-cost air sensor data (a time series regression problem). My primary focus is to use some meta/ few-shot learning approach to solve this problem with fewer data. ...
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Machine Learning in relation to personality and behaviors predictions

I am tasked with making a machine learning model that predicts personality traits and behaviours of children based on simple and interactive quizzes. Currently I am lost and have no idea where to ...
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suitable reference for reinforcement learning for beginners [duplicate]

I am looking for a reference book on RL for first time learners, one that is a gentle introduction and not as wordy as Sutton/Barto. I am interested in something similar to Georgia Institute of ...
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Which methods for weight initialization in Neural Networks are currently common practice?

I am currently researching the topic of weight initialization methods for (deep) neural networks and I'm a little stuck. The result of my work should be an overview of methods that are currently in ...
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Creating a NLP driven chatbot [closed]

I would like to create a chat bot for an e-commerce website that sells a wide range of general merchandize items, from t-shirts, jumpers to calculators. Its primary objective is to develop a Q&A ...
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What are the math theorems regarding the Multilayer Perceptron?

I've come across a theorem "Convergence theorem Simple Perceptron" for the first time, here-> https://zaguan.unizar.es/record/69205/files/TAZ-TFG-2018-148.pdf, page 27, (is in Spanish) ...
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How to train an LSTM to classify based on rare historic event?

I want an LSTM to output one of two classes (Y, N), per frame, based on all the input so far. My original inputs are very long (~100000 samples long, far more than a standard LSTM training can handle ...
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Is there any research on the application of policy gradients to problems where the selection of an action requires the selection of another one?

I am working on a problem and want to explore if it can be solved with PPO (or other policy gradient methods). The problem is that the action space is a bit special, compared to classic RL ...
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Is there any comprehensive book that reviews topics in the area of brain-inspired computing?

I am looking to write my master's thesis next year about brain-inspired computing. Hence, I am looking to get a good overview of this domain. Do you know of any comprehensive book that reviews topics ...
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Huge dimensionality of input and output — any recommendations?

At work there is an idea of solving a problem with machine learning. I was assigned the task to have a look at this, since I'm quite good at both mathematics and programming. But I'm new to machine ...
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Are there relatively new research papers that describe how to make back-propagation more efficient?

I read Yann LeCun's paper Efficient BackProp, which was published in 2000. I looked for similar but more recent papers on Arxiv, but I have not yet found any. Are there relatively new research papers ...
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Are there heuristics that play Klondike Solitaire well?

Are there heuristics that play Klondike Solitaire well? I know there are some good exhaustive search solvers for Klondike Solitaire. The best one that I know of is Solvitaire (2019) which uses DFS, (...
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How would the performance of federated learning compare to the performance of centralized machine learning when the data is i.i.d.?

How would the performance of federated learning (FL) compare to the performance of centralized machine learning (ML), when the data is independent and identically distributed (i.i.d.)? Moreover, what ...
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What is the effect of K in K-NN on the VC dimension?

What is the effect of K in K-NN on the VC dimension? When K increases, is the VC dimension decreased or increased, or we can't say anything about this? Is there a reference book that discusses this?
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Resources for Computer Vision Algorithms and Applications

Are there any videos or other books/notes/slides that anyone has come across that follow Computer Vision Algorithms and Applications by Richard Szeliski? We are using this book in class but the ...
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How do I get started with multi-agent reinforcement learning?

Is there any tutorial that walks through a multi-agent reinforcement learning implementation (in Python) using libraries such as OpenAI's Gym (for the environment), TF-agents, and stable-baselines-3? ...
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One hot encoding vs dummy variables best practices for explainable AI (XAI)

When creating artificial columns for your categorical variables there are two mainstream methods you could use: Disclaimer: For this example, I use the following definitions of dummy variables and one-...
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Should one use an “other” category in image classification?

In image classification, there are sometimes images that do not fit in any category. For example, if I build a CNN in Keras to classify Dogs and Cats, does it help (in terms of training time and ...
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How should I start learning about AI form beginning without heavy math? [closed]

I am not good at advanced math. Can I still learn ML? If yes, then how should I start preparing to get a good job five years from now. Can you tell me some references from where to start learning ML, ...
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Is there any method that combines temporal action proposals with multiple actions' classifiers?

I am trying to classify actions in untrimmed videos. These videos contain a very imbalanced set of actions (where the background class is the majority). I have previously tried frame-wise action ...
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What are examples of good free books that cover the back-propagation algorithm?

What are examples of good free books that cover the back-propagation used to train multilayer perceptrons? I've just started to learn about artificial neural networks, so I'm looking for books that ...
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Control Strategy for Multi-Agent Systems

I am working on a smart grid system which can be modeled with multiple agents interacting with each other. The agents are physically coupled with non-linearities, the action of one agent has a direct ...
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Are there any good tutorials on using continuous normalizing flows (with PyTorch)?

I just have a very general question. Are there any good tutorials on using continuous normalizing flows? I'd say I have a decent understanding of normalizing flows, but not their continuous variant. I'...
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Is there an ideal range of learning rate which always gives a good result almost in all problems?

I once read somewhere that there is a range of learning rate within which learning is optimal in almost all the cases, but I can't find any literature about it. All I could get is the following graph ...
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Is there a document with a list of conjectures or research problems regarding reinforcement learning (like the Millennium Prize Problems)?

Is there a document with a list of conjectures or research problems regarding reinforcement learning like the Millennium Prize Problems?
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Is there any research work on known malware detection systems based on AI?

I'm working on writing an article about the possibilities of modern AI-based algorithms to produce invisible self-learning malware, that can distribute itself throughout the internet and create ...
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Can CNNs be made robust to tricks where small changes cause misclassification?

I while ago I read that you can make subtle changes to an image that will ensure a good CNN will horribly misclassify the image. I believe the changes must exploit details of the CNN that will be used ...
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Is there a graph neural network algorithm that can deal with a different number of input and output nodes?

I am new to graph neural networks and their applications. I have an input graph $G = \{V, E\}$ and an output graph $G' = \{V', E'\}$ where the number of nodes $V$ and $V'$ are different. I am trying ...
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What is the paper that states that humans incorrectly trust the incorrect explanations of the AI?

I was reading a paper on the subject of explainable AI and interpretability, in particular the tendency of people (even experts) to excessively trusting explanations given by AI. In the intro the ...

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