Questions tagged [machine-learning]

For questions related to machine learning (ML), which is a set of methods that can automatically detect patterns in data, and then use the uncovered patterns to predict future data, or to perform other kinds of decision making under uncertainty (such as planning how to collect more data). ML is usually divided into supervised, unsupervised and reinforcement learning. Deep learning is a subfield of ML that uses deep artificial neural networks.

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Is it possible to control asymptotic behaviour of neural network models?

Is it possible to specify what the asymptotic behaviour of a Neural Networks (NN) model should be? I am thinking on NN which try to learn a mapping $\vec y=f(\vec x)$ with $\vec x$ a vector of ...
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Create optimizer object using the tf.keras.optimizers.get function

I am trying to have the type of optimizer as a variable in the hyperparameter tuning phase. For that reason I am trying to use the tf.keras.optimizer.get function ...
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Train on big dataset (1mil + images)

I am in the process of collecting a huge dataset of Human poses captured images to create a model to classify poses. My question is how will I be able to train on this massive dataset? I have ...
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Suggestions for Deep Learning for regression on huge 3D volumes

I have a dataset of 3D images (volumes) with dimensions 400x250x400. For each input image I have an output of the same dimensions. I would like to train a machine learning (or deep learning) model on ...
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How to use machine learning to create combine of opposite images side by side

Inspired by: Two Worlds Pictures I just want to create a Machine Learning Model that can automatically combine the opposite images into 1 image. I am thinking about 2 possible solutions: Pose ...
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Can I use “model.fit()” in “for” loop to change train data in each iteration [on hold]

I have a large dataset and it doesn't fit in memory. So while training, SSD is being used and epochs take too much time. I save my dataset 9 part of .npz file. I ...
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Using ML to analyze Facebook posts

First of all, I should mention that I have a very basic knowledge of ML so I apologize if this question seems trivial or stupid. I am working on a small personal project, basically an app that ...
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Mobile App Recommendation: How to get the rate of a specific user submit for a specific application

I have a mobile app recommendation project, so I need data set which has user-app matrix-rate. Actually, I want to know what rate does a specific user submit for a specific application. in other words,...
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How to develop neural network for face recogniton?

I have developed face recognition algorithm by using pre-built libraries in python and open CV .However suppose if i want to make my own neural network algorithm for face recognition , what are the ...
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An intuitive explanation of Adagrad, its purpose and its formula

It (Adagrad) adapts the learning rate to the parameters, performing smaller updates (i.e. low learning rates) for parameters associated with frequently occurring features, and larger updates (i.e. ...
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Chatbot using Machine Learning vs Programming

I am currently building a chatbot. What I have done so far is, collected possible questions/training data/files and created a model out of it using Apache OpenNLP; the model is able to predict all the ...
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What is the “thing” which is trained in AI model training

I am a newbie in the fantastic AI world, I have started my learning recently. After a while, my understanding is, we need to feed in tremendous data to train a or many models. Once the training is ...
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How to use FSICFR (or CFRM) trained result in real dice game playing

I trained a Liar Dice game (similar rule please refer to https://www.wikihow.com/Play-Liar%27s-Dice , and i am using 2 player + 1 dice vs 1 dice) with FSICFR algorithm and got an information set with ...
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Why is the derivative of the activation functions in neural networks important?

I'm new to NN. I am trying to understand some of its foundations. One question that I have is: why the derivative of an activation function is important (not the function itself), and why it's the ...
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How to train and update weights of filters

I have some problems with training CNN :( For example: Input 6x6x3, 1 core 3x3x3, output = 4x4x1 => pool: 2x2x1 By backpropagation I calculated deltas for output. This tutor and other tutors are ...
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Video summarization similar to Summe's TextRank

We have the popular TextRank API which given a text, ranks keywords and can apply summarization given a predefined text length. I am wondering if there is a similar tool for video summarization. ...
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How do I recover the 3D structure of a layer after a fully-connected layer?

I want to implement a CNN, but I want to explore what happens when my first layer is a fully-connected one. I still want to use convolutions, of course, but I want to apply them after the first layer. ...
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One vs multiple output neurons

Consider an MLP that outputs an integer 'rating' of 0 to 4. Would it be correct to say this could be modeled in either of the following ways: map each rating in the dataset to a 'normalized set' ...
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Preparation of input data

Tell me why my val_acc is always the same and how to solve this problem? I saw several topics on the Internet specifically on this problem but they did not help me (for example, use SGD with different ...
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When a linear discriminant could give excellent or possibly even the optimal classification accurcy?

I am actually reading the linear classification. There is a question in the question set behind the chapter in the book as follows: Sketch two multimodal distributions for which a linear discriminant ...
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Is it possible to teach an AI to edit video content?

Every week I will get a lot of videos from a game that I play, outside the game where you throw wooden skittle bats at skittles, and then I will cut videos, so that, at the end. there is video only ...
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How to evaluate an RL algorithm when used in a game?

Very new to the world of ML and looking for some pointers. I'm planning to create a web-based RL board game and wondered how I would evaluate the performance of the RL part of the application? How ...
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Can i feed 1 image into a caffe model to fine tune it?

We have a caffe model that classifies NSFW images and gives a score from 0 to 1. Sometimes non-nsfw images are classified with a high score. I am thinking if it is possible to feed those images to the ...
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Preventing bias by not providing irrelevant data

This seems like such a simple idea, but I've never heard anyone that has addressed it, and a quick Google revealed nothing, so here it goes. The way I learned about machine learning is that it ...
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What is interval of the initial weights at Matlab neural network tool?

What is interval of the initial weights at Matlab neural network tool?Yes I know it is randomly but are there limitation?
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A NN based model of a Cattle for 'Heat Detection'

I am very new to AI/ML but have lot of interest in these. I am trying to understand how this gadget works. So far I have understood that a NN model of the cattle is generated by offline ...
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Clarifying when a loss/cost function calculation and backprop take place

I read different articles and keep getting confused on this point. Not sure if the literature is giving mixed information or I'm interpreting it incorrectly. So from reading articles my ...
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Applications of AI for creatives and artists

I have just watched a few videos on Tedtalks talking about how AI benefits creatives and artists but none of the videos I watched provided further resources for reference. So far, I have only came ...
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Why is the entire area of a join probability distribution considered when it comes to calculating misclassification?

In the image given below, I do not understand a few things 1) Why is an entire area colored to signify misclassification? For the given decision boundary, only the points between $x_0$ and the ...
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What is the difference between multi-agent and multi-modal systems?

The Wikipedia definitions are as follows Multi-agent systems - A multi-agent system is a computerized system composed of multiple interacting intelligent agents. Multi-modal interaction - Multimodal ...
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Reverse engineering controller sensitivity/aim for several games ie acceleration curves, deadzones, etc

A machine learning project I am working on requires me to interface with an Xbox controller connected to a PC. The implementation must do the following two things: Record the joystick input from the ...
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Backpropagation equation for a variant on the usual Linear Neuron architecture

Recently I encountered a variant on the normal linear neural layer architecture: Instead of $Z = XW + B$, we now have $Z = (X-A)W + B$. So we have a 'pre-bias' $A$ that affects the activation of the ...
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On-Policy Monte Carlo Control always choosing same action

I have implemented a version of the On-policy first-visit MC control suggested by Sutton and Barto here on page 101. My Version looks like that: ...
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Can Microsoft's cognitive service find similar person in a set of images without using the face service?

I need to create an application that can detect if a person X entered as an input exists in an image set and return as output all the images in which the person X exists. The problem is that the ...
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How is mean and variance calculated in bayesian curve fitting?

This page is from Pattern Recognition by Bishop. What is the explanation for equations 1.70. 1.71 and 1.72? Edit: The distributions are all gaussian.
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How do I tag the most interesting parts of a video?

This is a follow-up question from my previous question here. I'm new to ML/DL, and one thing I need to do is to use a machine or deep learning video attention model which as the name suggests, can tag ...
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What is the best measure against overfitting?

I wanted to ask about the methodology of testing the ML models against overfitting. Please note that I don't mean any overfitting reducing methods like regularisation, just a measure to judge whether ...
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Using human driver behavior data to train autonomous vehicles

If I have a car and a human is driving a car on a daily basis. I create a system to analyze the human routines of driving and implement this system in maybe 10,000 cars. I use that data to train an ...
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What are the differences between CRF and HMM?

What I know about CRF is that they are discriminative models, while HMM are generative models, but, in the inference method, both use the same algorithm, that is, the Viterbi algorithm, and forward ...
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What does the words “coarse” & “fine” means in the context of computer vision and semantic segmentation?

I was reading the well know paper Fully Convolutional Networks for Semantic Segmentation and throughout the whole paper they talk use the term fine and coarse. I was wondering what the meant. The ...
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Grouped Text classification

I have thousands groups of paragraphs and I need to classify these paragraphs. The problem is that I need to classify each paragraph based on other paragraphs in the group! For example, a paragraph ...
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What weights should I use while back-propagating?

I've started to learn about neural networks recently and I can't find the answer to this question. Let's assume there's a neural network (fig. 1) So if the loss function is: and the derivative is: ...
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Al online course

I have learned embedded systems Now I need an online course in artificial intelligence to make a project mixing between them (es&ai)
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How do I identify the number and type of objects in the same picture?

I need to identify the number and type of all objects in a picture, so there can be multiple objects of the same type. For example, I have a picture with $10$ animals, and I want my program to tell ...
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How do you scale your ML problems?

While I have limited resource usually to train my machine learning models, I often find that my hyperparameter optimization procedure is not necessary using all my GPU and CPU, and that is because the ...
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What is the relationship between degrees of freedom and the size of the training dataset?

I am going through the book Pattern Recognition by Bishop. At one point he says For $M = 9$, the training set error goes to zero, as we might expect because this polynomial contains 10 degrees of ...
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Use deep learning to rank video scenes

I'm new to machine learning and especially, deep learning. Given a video (and it's subtitle), I need to generate a 10-second summary out of this video. How can I use ML and DL to produce the most ...
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Is PReLU superfluous with respect to ReLU?

Why do people use the $PReLU$ activation? $PReLU[x] = ReLU[x] + ReLU[p*x]$ with the parameter $p$ typically being a small negative number. If a fully connected layer is followed by a at least two ...
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Are there some formulae in facial recognition that are indicators of close kinship?

I noticed what I considered a close resemblance of a woman B to another woman A which led to a close relative A labelled C, who B bore an even stronger resemblance to than she did to A. However I ...