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Are there any ongoing projects which use the Stack Exchange for machine learning?

Are the future robots/machines going to use Stack Exchange communities to teach themselves? Are there any ongoing projects? Just imagine a bot having a memory of all the Q&A's on all of the ...
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Input/output encoding for a neural network to learn a grid-based game

I am writing a simple toy game with the intent of training a deep neural network on top of it. The games rules are roughly the following: The game has a board made up of hexagonal cells. Both players ...
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Strategic planning and multi dimensional knapsack problem

I'm trying to find a planning approach to solve a problem that attempts to model learning of new material. We assume that we only have one resource such as Wikipedia, which contains a list of articles ...
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What are the latest methods to train a chat bot?

I would like to train a bot that uses text input, memorizes a few categories and answers questions accordingly. In addition as version 2.0, I want to make the bot to answer voice inputs as well. Which ...
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How to prevent overfitting in stacked models?

I understand the intuition behind stacking models in machine learning, but even after thorough cross-validation scheme models seem to overfit. Most of the models I have seen in kaggle forums are large ...
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Is there any scientific/mathematical argument that prevents deep learning from ever producing strong AI?

I read Judea Pearl's The Book of Why, in which he mentions that deep learning is just a glorified curve fitting technology, and will not be able to produce human-like intelligence. From his book ...
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Neural network for data visualization

At my work we're currently doing some research into data visualisation for highly inter connected data, basically graphs. We've been implementing all sorts of different layouts and trying to see ...
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Intelligent vision and gestalt processing

Decades ago there were and are books in machine vision, which by implementing various information processing rules from gestalt psychology, got impressive results with little code or special hardware ...
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Can deep networks be trained to prove theorems?

Assume we have a large number of proofs in first order predicate calculus. Assume we also have the axioms, corollaries, and theorems in that area of mathematics in that form too. Consider the each ...
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Deducing the features from the Data set

Recently I was working on a problem to do some cost analysis of my expenditure for some particular resource. I usually make some manual decisions from the analysis and plan accordingly. I have a big ...
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How can I convert an input Natural Language QA to a MDX q

I am researching Natural Language Processing (NLP) to develop a NL Question Answering system. The answering part is already done. So processing the question remains, along with the questions regarding ...
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Fuzzy Logic Controller: Choosing Membership Function

In classical set theory there is two options for an element. It is either a member of a set, or not. But in fuzzy set theory there are membership functions to define "rate" of an element being a ...
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Is topological sophistication necessary to the furtherance of AI?

The current machine learning trend is interpreted by some who are new in the disciplines of AI as meaning that orthogonal structures like ANNs, CNNs, and RNNs can exhibit human intelligence. It is ...
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Algorithm For Making Balanced Weapons In A Game?

I am trying to make balanced weapon pairs. So there are five stats per weapon, and I am simulating a number of combats (1000) with different stats randomized, and counting the win, lose, and draw of ...
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Why are documents kept separated when training a text classifier?

Most of bibliography consider text classification as the classification of documents. When using bag of words and bayesian classification, they usually use the statistic TFIDF, where TF normalizes the ...

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