WEBINAR: Human Machine Learning

WEBINAR: Human Machine Learning

Presented By ODSC West 2019
ODSC West 2019
ODSC West 2019
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Could we, as humans, improve the way we learn by applying techniques machines use to learn? From early in the field of AI, researchers have been looking to cognitive psychology for inspiration on how to teach machines to learn. The effectiveness of this approach is evidenced by recent advances in, and growing prevalence of, deep learning. However, we’ve reached a point where machine learning methodologies are deviating from the way humans learn and gaining impressive efficiencies as a result. For humans, this issue is amplified by current findings in cognitive psychology which strongly suggests that many of our long-standing learning methods have been largely misguided. In this webinar, we explore the challenges with common studying practices, contrasting those with methods that machines successfully use to learn, and drawing parallels to recent cognitive psychology research.

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