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Detecting facial texture [on hold]

I would like to extract facial texture information to feed into my neural network as an indicator of beauty. The data set I am working with is just a face framed by a black box. Each face is centered ...
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image processing in artificial intelligence [on hold]

Consider the development of the field of image processing and computer vision and suggest whether it is possible to perceive a single thread in its advance?
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Artificial Intelligence (ANN and RBS) [duplicate]

What's the difference between a rule based system and an artificial neural network (assuming both are performing the same classification task)?
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How do neural networks create results like its inputs?

I understand basic neural networks (input layer, hidden layers, output layer) and gradient descent learning. However I keep hearing about news talking about neural networks painting and making jazz ...
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Difference between SNN RL and DNN RL?

In Reinfrocement Learning (RL) in Neural Networks (NNs), I've seen two approaches to Q-learning. The first is to tile the state space with basis functions using Spiking Neural Networks (SNN) to ...
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Are the Confabulation Theories of Thaler and Hecht-Nielsen Isomorphic?

Both S. L. Thaler and R. Hecht-Nielsen have set forth neural-based theories of "confabulation" applicable to machine learning. The essential mathematics of Hecht-Nielsen is set forth in his paper ...
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Predicting next action to take to reach a final state

Does anyone know of an algorithm that could be used to determine the next action to take to reach a desired state when trained on time-series data? For example, a robot starts at a certain state, ...
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necessary and sufficient criterion for the solution of the dual problem in SVM [on hold]

I'm studiyng the article "Support Vector Machine Solvers" of Bottou et al.[1] and i've problems to understand the reason why the optimality criterion expressed by the inequality (11) at page 8 is ...
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How should i guide a program to perform correct things? [closed]

I want to make a small model of A.I. which can learn itself. I am inspired by 1000+ monkey theorem which states that if 1000+ monkey bangs a keyboard for enough long, then they will eventually produce ...
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How do I stop “cheating” in reinforcement learning (MLP+Evo. Algorithm)?

I have a two hidden-layer MLP. I am trying to teach it classification of the sine function. For instance, if there is an [x,y] point above the sine function, the ANN should classify that point as a 1. ...
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Bidirectional Dijkstra vs Dijkstra

Are there any kind of graphs where Bidirectional Dijkstra would expand more than Dijkstra? I tried to come up with an argument like this: Let node $n$ be expanded by Bidirectional Dijkstra. Now ...
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What Exactly is “Improvement” in Seed AI?

From LessWrongWiki, a seed AI [I]mproves itself by recursively rewriting its own source code without human intervention. Some would even say this could bring about an Intelligence Explosion. ...
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Why Isn't This Outlier Score/Reconstruction Error Not Squared?

I was looking through a paper called "AI2 : Training a big data machine to defend", and saw this (http://people.csail.mit.edu/kalyan/AI2_Paper.pdf) $score(X_{i}) = \sum_{j=1}^{p} (|X_{i} − ...
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How are artificial intelligence and Natural intelligence compared?

I can remember reading that computer intelligence is heading (or maybe the most powerful ones already have) towards the Natural intelligence of a four-year-old child. But how are the two kinds of ...
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How to improve the accuracy of automatic conflict resolution?

A little background information from my previous question:http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/318528/conflict-resolution-how-to-decide-if-two-words-are-generally-unmistakable When a court ...
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About randomness and minmax algorithm with alpha beta pruning

Will choosing the child of a node randomly in the alpha beta algorithm have a better chance to get a cut off than choosing them in order? Here's the pseudocode with my addition marked with ***. ...
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How is the environment designed for testing a reinforcement learning algorithm?

I'm working on a project, and have a candidate algorithm which I'd like to test. Before I go any further, I need to get the hang of how to code the "structure" of the environment in which my system is ...
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Dyna-Q in non-deterministic domains

I've implemented the Dyna-Q reinforcement learning algorithm and it works perfectly on a discrete deterministic environment, the cliff. However, when applying it to a continuous environment (mountain ...
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Turing tests and humans

How are the questions framed in Turing tests? I mean what factors would one consider before framing questionnaire for the Turing Test.How the questions should be framed to make the test unbiased for a ...
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KDD Machine Learning using K-NN Algorithm Classification Problem

I'm trying to solve a classification problem from the KDD cup archive of 2004. Details can be found here: KDD 2004 Archive I'm only dong the particle physics part. The description of dataset is as ...
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Symmetry in Pattern Databases

I am trying to understand the use of symmetry in pattern databases (Heuristics, single agent search). This is too specialized of a topic to find common videos or explanations in general. I read the ...
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understanding kohonen self organized feature maps

I was learning self organizing feature maps the other day. I want to intuitively understand it because I'm not that good at math. But I still am not very clear about it. I can easily understand ...
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Good language for introduction to self-modifying algorithms? [closed]

So I am trying to find a language with which i can write code to build/search through deductive reasoning 'nets', as well as self-modify it's search algorithms based on information learned from these ...
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Expectation Maximization Algorithm for simple naive Bayesian network

I am trying to understand the following network A has two children - B & C (aka common cause) All the variables are binary and can be either 0 or 1. In data values are missing only for some ...
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Skolem constant in existential instantiation for first order logic

For any sentence $\alpha$, variable $v$, and constant symbol $k$ that does NOT appear elsewhere in KB: $$\dfrac{\exists \nu. \alpha}{\mathsf{subst}(\{ \nu / k \},\alpha)}.$$ E.g., $∃x. ...
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Role of computational power in recent AI developments

Today Google's AI won its first game of Go against Lee Sedol, one of the best Go players on the planet. Image interpretation and self-driving cars are other recent success stories in machine learning. ...
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How different is the working of SNN (Spiking Neural Network) as compared to a real Neuron System in biological systems?

Assuming its one step closer to realism as compared to ANN, DNNs and other Neural Network models, what are the primary differences between a real neuron system and SNN?
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What category of AI would a 2048 bot be considered?

I have just delved into the realm of AI and from what I can tell its a very vast field of study. I am a game programmer, so AI in games is particularly interesting to me. My question is, what type of ...
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a program discovering himself how to solve propositional calculus

it is well-known that propositional logic problems such as $$ (p\leftrightarrow q) \lor r \quad\overset{?}{\vdash}\quad (((p\lor q)\to(p\land q)) \land \lnot r)\lor r$$ can be simply solved by ...
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Information about ε-greedy algorithms

I'm working on a paper that uses ε-greedy algorithms for choosing episodes of a sarsa q-learning algorithms. I searched for algorithm but couldn't get so much. Can you please give me the algorithms ...
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Robot lawyer algorithm [closed]

I have a background in physics and have taken some few classes online in Machine learning. But I really do not understand how this Robot lawyer can work: A 19-year-old made a free robot lawyer that ...
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Reasoning approaches for implementing a Knowledge-based System?

What are the major approaches in implementing a Knowledge-based System (KBS)? Approaches used to take decisions in a KBS that I have come across so far are the case-based and rule-based reasoning ...
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What is a good example to illustrate the difference between isomorphic and homomorphic representations?

I am learning about "knowledge representation" in my intro to AI course and one of the key ideas has to do with isomorphic vs homomorphic representations. The examples I find when I google around are ...
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What is the difference between Cased-based Reasoning and Rule-based reasoning?

As stated here, Rule-based Reasoning systems are considered to be "old style" AI that uses rules prepared by humans - as opposed to Neural Networks where machine recognizes pattern i.e. acquires new ...
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Clarification of the definition of a POMDP

From what I understand, a $MDP=(G, A, P, R)$ (markov decision process) is represented as: A complete directed graph $G=(V, E)$ A set of actions $A_u$ for each vertex $u \in V$ A reward function $R$ ...
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What to do when the information gain on decision trees is 0 for all possible splits?

I just started studying decisions trees and I am trying to construct a tree for a training set which uses Status as the class label. I am using the misclassification error as measure of impurity. ...
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Program interpretation for static analysis

Are there any implementations, or even academic work, regarding an application capable of looking at code and inferring what the code actually intends to do? For example, we give it a program that ...
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Belief Propagation in Computer Vision

I am working on dense matching using DSP algorithm. They have used belief propagation to optimize their energy function? How do we do it? I mean how do we assign prior belief? Link: Deformable Spatial ...
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Flaw with Cross Entropy Error in Neural Networks

I've recently been working on creating a neural network to classify handwritten digits. I implemented 1-of-N encoding such that there are the same number of output nodes as possible digits (The ...
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Difference between heuristic-based searching and optimal path searching

I'm currently studying for an AI computer-science course. One thing is difficult for me to grasp and somewhat vaguely explained in my course-material: I understand that with search-methods like e.g. ...
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Explanation of the knowledge representation hypothesis (Brian Smith)

In 1982 Brian Smith proposed his Knowledge Representation Hypothesis: Any mechanically embodied intelligent process will be comprised of structural ingredients that we as external ...
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Can an artificial neural network convert from cartesian coordinates to polar coordinates?

Given cartesian coordinates $x$ and $y$ as input, can a neural network output $r$ and $\theta$, the equivalent polar coordinates? This would seem to require an approximation of the pythagorean ...
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Dynamic Learning (Machine Learning)

I have been given a task to dynamically learn the optimum value of a parameter in a Heuristics Filtering Algorithm used in a tool. The accuracy of the tool increase as the value of K in the ...
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Text data comparison

Okay lets say i have two data structures . two phone data for example containing their Name and spec ( cpu , ram , display etc ) . I want to check if these two phones are the same or not . Their names ...
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what is the best practice for turing test

I'm working on a AI project which generates poems in Turkish language like this project: https://github.com/schollz/poetry-generator It's a successful project but it's a template based poem ...
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Is it possible to retrieve element in a matrix which was trained using Neural Network?

I just studied neural networks and know the basics. Problem: A matrix is trained using neural network (by giving position of an element and the element) One should get the element at (i,j)th position ...
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What are the theoretical and practical contributions of Multiagent Systems to science?

Speaking about multiagent systems (MAS) is about as fuzzy as talking about artificial intelligence systems (AI). They are in essence the distributed counterpart of AI. While there are no so-called ...
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Transforming training data for machine learning algorithms

If you want to make good predictions with machine learning (supervised learning in particular), you need a good training set. And relevant predictors in your feature set can be overshadowed by ...
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Effect of value of k in K-Nearest Neighbor

In K-Nearest Neighbor the value of k decides the accuracy of classification. What are the pros and cons of choosing smaller value for k and larger value for k?
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How do neural networks learn concepts?

I've been learning neural networks and some back propagation stuff, and I heard about google's Tensorflow and how it could learn things like how to carry on conversations. It got me thinking about how ...