Reinforcement learning is a popular subfield in machine learning because of its success in beating humans at complex games like Go and Atari. The field’s value is in utilizing an award system to develop models and find more optimal ways to solve complex, real-world problems. This approach allows software to adapt to its environment without full knowledge of what the results should look like. This talk will cover reinforcement learning fundamentals and examples to help you understand how it works.
Melanie Warrick is a senior developer advocate at Google with a passion for machine learning problems at scale. Melanie’s previous experience includes work as a founding engineer on Deeplearning4j and as a data scientist and engineer at Change.org.
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