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Are there any online competitions for Reinforcement Learning?
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OpenAI has leaderboards for their gym-environments, if you want to compete with other people on runtime and efficiency.

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When should I use a linear activation instead of ReLU?
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The activation function you choose depends on the application you are building/data that you have got to work with. It is hard to recommend one over the other, without taking this into account. Here ...

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What is the name of an AI whose primary goal is to create a better AI?
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The first thing that comes to mind when reading your question is Genetic algorithms. They create alternate versions of themselves and measure each versions performance on a specific task, before ...

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Best way to train Neural Network for Voice Commands?
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What Neural Network does it learn from your input and output and creates a best algorithms. This is inaccurate. A neural network is a function approximator, so it approximates an unknown function. ...

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How can I determine the bias and variance of a random forrest?
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To gain a good understanding of this, I recommend first reading about the trade-off between bias and variance in ML and AI methods. A great article on this topic that I recommend as a light ...

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How can I remove the noise from an EEG signal?
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This might be more of a signal-processing question, rather than a artificial intelligence question, but I will try my best to be of help. Do you know what the noise you are trying to remove is? How ...

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Is the gradient at a layer independent of the activations of the previous layers?
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Is the gradient at a layer (of a feed-forward neural network) independent of the activations of the previous layers? Yes, as per @recessive answer they are indeed independent of the previous layers. ...

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