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Neuroevolution & NEAT

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Neural Networks are very useful for machine learning. But how do we generate them? There are many many different ways to do this, but one that is increasingly being talking about is neuroevolution. In neuroevolution, we combine the ideas of neural networks with evolutionary algorithms. This talk discusses the idea of neuroevolution, as well as going into depth on one such neuroevolutionary method, NEAT . NEAT stands for NeuroEvolution of Augmenting Topologies, and it lets us evolve different structures of neural networks, not just the weights of the network.

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