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How to control an artificial intelligence with Support Vector Machines

October 16th, 2020, 7:20 pm

I thought that this topic could interest this forum. Text is available here, and is dedicated to kats cat !
 
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Re: How to control an artificial intelligence with Support Vector Machines

October 18th, 2020, 12:39 pm

I browsed. Some constructive feedback:

1 It's quite chatty/bloggy style (not necessarily bad) and might appeal to certain reader group.
2. No maths 
3. Many 3rd party links (some are broken, again)
4. Well-written technical articles with begin, middle and end + CONCRETE EXAMPLES!
5. No cats, please.

My personal preference is 70-80% maths and 30-20% text/bla bla.
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Re: How to control an artificial intelligence with Support Vector Machines

October 18th, 2020, 6:11 pm

I browsed. Some constructive feedback:

1 It's quite chatty/bloggy style (not necessarily bad) and might appeal to certain reader group.
2. No maths 
3. Many 3rd party links (some are broken, again)
4. Well-written technical articles with begin, middle and end + CONCRETE EXAMPLES!
5. No cats, please.

My personal preference is 70-80% maths and 30-20% text/bla bla.
@Cuchullain. thank you for your feed-back. Some answer
1 + 2 No, no math. I am not targeting mathematicians working on artificial intelligence with this post, but their investors.
3 - I tested them all. Which one is broken ?
4 - True. I added two of them. There is some little math now.
5 - Ok. No cats. Do you like dogs ? I put numbers waiting your answer ;)


 
 
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Re: How to control an artificial intelligence with Support Vector Machines

October 19th, 2020, 1:51 pm

I like RKHS for several reasons(hard [$]\epsilon,\delta[$] analysis, Cauchy sequences, applied Functional Analysis and not much hand-waving and hot air and applications to ML.)

I am thinking of a 'compact' project for a student who is taking this course.

https://www.datasim.nl/onlinecourses/10 ... oundations
https://www.datasim.nl/application/file ... ations.pdf

Once he gets to Part F he could start on a RKHS-meets-ML project.

Any ideas, JohnLeM?

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Re: How to control an artificial intelligence with Support Vector Machines

October 19th, 2020, 2:18 pm

I like RKHS for several reasons(hard [$]\epsilon,\delta[$] analysis, Cauchy sequences, applied Functional Analysis and not much hand-waving and hot air and applications to ML.)

I am thinking of a 'compact' project for a student who is taking this course.

https://www.datasim.nl/onlinecourses/10 ... oundations
https://www.datasim.nl/application/file ... ations.pdf

Once he gets to Part F he could start on a RKHS-meets-ML project.

Any ideas, JohnLeM?

Buona giornata
That is a very good initiative Daniel. Some quick thoughts:
1) The program seems good, but incredibly dense ! Is this a year-long program for MsC students ?
2) I could ask internally if our ML-RHKS framework, tutorial parts, could be used for these courses.
Maybe should we go private to further discuss. Let me know.
 
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Re: How to control an artificial intelligence with Support Vector Machines

October 19th, 2020, 2:36 pm

Sure, you have my email address. It sounds very interesting. 
Actually we take the critical path B->C->D->F. I customise to suit the end game:-)

// Actually, this is the first 3 years of a maths undergrad degree program, slightly watered down while keeping the punch lines in place.
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Re: How to control an artificial intelligence with Support Vector Machines

October 19th, 2020, 3:03 pm

Sure, you have my email address. It sounds very interesting. 
Actually we take the critical path B->C->D->F. I customise to suit the end game:-)

// Actually, this is the first 3 years of a maths undergrad degree program, slightly watered down while keeping the punch lines in place.
I see. So you do work with a University to give these lectures ? 

We could work together to design the G course : ML-RHKS, primarily oriented toward numerical simulations, but targeting the same applications than artificial intelligence. It is a wonderful technology, but we are the only ones doing it to my knowledge. Is it advised to teach students popping up technologies ?
 
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Re: How to control an artificial intelligence with Support Vector Machines

October 19th, 2020, 5:59 pm

I do work with several unis' students who take my courses that I built with my own 2 hands (the courses, not the students).
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Re: How to control an artificial intelligence with Support Vector Machines

October 19th, 2020, 6:28 pm

I do work with several unis' students who take my courses that I built with my own 2 hands (the courses, not the students).
:) 
mm...let me think...here is a proposal : I tell to my bosses that a RHKS-ML formation is a good idea to promote our framework. I already know their reaction: "great idea, do it!". Unfortunately my team is just 2 people, including me. I don't have enough resources to write a book on RHKS methods or to train people, I am too much invested in client-oriented and research projects.
 
But I could tell them that I found a professional (and skilled) trainer, you, that could be interested to do it ?
 
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Re: How to control an artificial intelligence with Support Vector Machines

October 19th, 2020, 7:33 pm

Sounds good. I found you :-)

BTW I wonder how many DSers know all these spaces?

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Re: How to control an artificial intelligence with Support Vector Machines

October 19th, 2020, 8:02 pm

Sounds good. I found you :-)
True :) Ok, I'll try this. Lets go private now.
 
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Yesterday, 2:40 pm

Sounds good. I found you :-)

BTW I wonder how many DSers know all these spaces?

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I sent you an aswer at your datasim address !
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