Deep Learning – a kind of magic

One synthesis of   Stuart Russel’s  reflections on Deep Learning:

“ Some deep learning networks get up to one thousand layers or more  …  The deep learning hypothesis suggests that many layers make it easier for the learning algorithm to find a predictor, to set all the connection strengths  in the network so that it does a good job.  … to a large extent, it’s still a kind of magic, because it really didn’t have to happen that way.   why this happens is still anyone’s guess.

in Marty Ford’s  new book:  principal architects of AI.

Russell Stuart is  lead co-author  of  THE must have  AI textbook

Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach (3rd Edition)

this textbook is the main AI textbook used in over 1000 Universities and Colleges.  If he says it’s a kind of magic … it is a kind of magic!  So if you want to be one of the contemporary magicians or wizards … get on with the deep learning wands.

BONUS … Queen’s kind of magic

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