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one of the hallmark tasks of computer vision, allowing defining a context for object recognition. [MIT]
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Refers to the "knapsack" or "rucksack" problem in combinatorial optimization.
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For questions related to the use of AI for the control of the quality of software development, a design process, a manufacturing process, a physical process, or another product, service, system, or pr…
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For questions about "cybernetic organisms" defined as an entity with both organic and biomechatronic body parts. For questions about physical integration of animal and machine, theoretical and actua…
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a programming paradigm where the focus is on what must be accomplished, rather than how it is to be accomplished. Hence it is more about "declaring" than about implementing …
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For questions related to the minimum description length (MDL) principle, which is a formalization of Occam's razor in which the best hypothesis (a model and its parameters) for a given set of data is …
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For questions related to the softmax function, which a function that takes as input a vector of K real numbers, and normalizes it into a probability distribution consisting of K probabilities proporti…
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For questions related to the Caffe deep learning library.
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For questions about the economic and game theoretic concepts of utility, including utility functions and expected utility.
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For questions related to gradient boosting, which is a machine learning technique that can be used for regression and classification problems and which produces a prediction model in the form of an en…
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For questions related to the Hopfield network, popularized by J. J. Hopfield in the paper "Neural networks and physical systems with emergent collective computational abilities" (1982).
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For questions related to cognitive architectures, such as SOAR and ACT.
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For questions relating to predictions of future technology specifically related to AI and modeling human cognition. (Includes subjects such as the hypothetical Singularity.)
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