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deep learning

Developing A.I. using Games

12 minute read

Intelligence is a highly abstract term that could mean several different things to several different people. In 2006, Shane Legg and Marcus Hutter decided to conduct a comprehensive literature review for the definition of intelligence in various disciplines. And thus, it paved...

September 09, 2019

Open Questions in Artificial Life

less than 1 minute read

Following are some of the listed open problems in the field of Artificial Life broadly classified into three main categories-

August 10, 2019

Why TensorLayer?

3 minute read

As we are moving towards the next leap in deep learning, there has been a lot of progress on the engineering front, esp the framework front. Within the past few years, we have seen a huge number of machine learning libraries and frameworks to enable us to build machine learnin...

May 10, 2019

Dense Associative Memory for Pattern Recognition

5 minute read

This post is based on paper that explores the duality between Associative Memory and Feed-forward Neural Nets — two methods of deep learning. Dense Associative Memory for Pattern Recognition — joint work by Dmitry Krotov and John Hopfield. Presented at NIPS 2016, this pape...

September 10, 2017

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hopfield networks

Open Questions in Artificial Life

less than 1 minute read

Following are some of the listed open problems in the field of Artificial Life broadly classified into three main categories-

August 10, 2019

Dense Associative Memory for Pattern Recognition

5 minute read

This post is based on paper that explores the duality between Associative Memory and Feed-forward Neural Nets — two methods of deep learning. Dense Associative Memory for Pattern Recognition — joint work by Dmitry Krotov and John Hopfield. Presented at NIPS 2016, this pape...

September 10, 2017

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PCG

Developing A.I. using Games

12 minute read

Intelligence is a highly abstract term that could mean several different things to several different people. In 2006, Shane Legg and Marcus Hutter decided to conduct a comprehensive literature review for the definition of intelligence in various disciplines. And thus, it paved...

September 09, 2019

Open Questions in Artificial Life

less than 1 minute read

Following are some of the listed open problems in the field of Artificial Life broadly classified into three main categories-

August 10, 2019

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open source

Why TensorLayer?

3 minute read

As we are moving towards the next leap in deep learning, there has been a lot of progress on the engineering front, esp the framework front. Within the past few years, we have seen a huge number of machine learning libraries and frameworks to enable us to build machine learnin...

May 10, 2019

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large scale ML systems

Why TensorLayer?

3 minute read

As we are moving towards the next leap in deep learning, there has been a lot of progress on the engineering front, esp the framework front. Within the past few years, we have seen a huge number of machine learning libraries and frameworks to enable us to build machine learnin...

May 10, 2019

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multiagent systems

Developing A.I. using Games

12 minute read

Intelligence is a highly abstract term that could mean several different things to several different people. In 2006, Shane Legg and Marcus Hutter decided to conduct a comprehensive literature review for the definition of intelligence in various disciplines. And thus, it paved...

September 09, 2019

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