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What is the difference between active learning and online learning?

Active learning (AL) is a weakly supervised learning (WSL) technique where you can have both labelled and unlabelled data [1]. The main idea behind AL is that the learner (or learning algorithm) can ...
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What is the difference between active learning and online learning?

As it is referred in the survey paper "Active Learning Literature Survey": The key idea behind active learning is that a machine learning algorithm can achieve greater accuracy with fewer ...
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Is it possible to guide a reinforcement learning algorithm?

The programmer already guides the RL algorithm (or agent) by specifying the reward function. However, the reward function alone may not be sufficient to learn efficiently and fast, as you correctly ...
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How can active learning be used in the case of complex models that require a lot of data?

As I found this case backs to the sequence labeling. Sequence labeling has some classic solution such as conditional random fields (CRFs) and hidden Markov model (HMM). Also, have some solution in ...
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Could an AI be built to learn based of interaction with a human?

You might also be looking for active learning, where the machine learning algorithm interactively queries the user to label certain unlabeled training examples. Active learning is similar to semi-...
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Could an AI be built to learn based of interaction with a human?

In principle, yes, what you are proposing can be done. The exact details of how to do it are an open research question. The details would also depend on exactly what your goals for the system are. ...
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Is it possible to guide a reinforcement learning algorithm?

Here are two very related interesting papers: Learning from Human Preferences Improving Reinforcement Learning with Human Input
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Could an AI be built to learn based of interaction with a human?

Technological advancement has historically been measured by the processing speed of computing machines. Cogitative behavior psychology is proving to correct human processor disorders such as ADHD, ...
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Could an AI be built to learn based of interaction with a human?

It might be possible, but, in my opinion, it won't be very successful, given that you need to somehow specify a purpose, even if that purpose is something like trying to be like humans. The most ...
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