Oh please.To really understand Cybenko and Hornik you really need to have a degree in pure mathematics (lots of Measure Theory and hard Real Analysis). CS or Physics won't cut it! Otherwise, how's it possible to visualise [$]L_1[$] functions which are slippery at the best of times?
AlphaFoldSadly, anything got to do with board games leaves me cold. (ENTJ)No, it doesn't always work. What does?
Any good examples? Does it always work or just in 'most' cases?
A good example: AlphaZero.
For a given problem, which optimisation algorithm would you use?So, for a given problem, which activation function would you use?
And I don't mean, experiment and see which is 'best'..
It does - it's what Deep RL is about.oh wait, a function you don't even know? We all know that it doesn't make sense.
That's one possible weltanschauung, that does not produce interesting cases.
Which part did you play? I could dance as the bomb.I once took part in a partial reenactment of the Dambusters to the theme music via the medium of dance. I kid you not!