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How to create a Neural Network in JavaScript in only 30 lines of code
In this article I’ll show you how to create and train a neural network using Synaptic.js, which allows you to do deep learning in Node.js and the browser. There are many different types of neurons…
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yesterday by stuarth
Detecting Tanks
There's a story that's passed around to illustrate the ways machine learning can pick up on features in your dataset that you didn't expect, and probably gained the most exposure through Yudkowsky using it in "Artificial Intelligence as a Positive and Negative Factor in Global Risk" (pdf, 2008):

Once upon a time, the US Army wanted to use neural networks to automatically detect camouflaged enemy tanks. The researchers trained a neural net on 50 photos of camouflaged tanks in trees, and 50 photos of trees without tanks. Using standard techniques for supervised learning, the researchers trained the neural network to a weighting that correctly loaded the training set—output "yes" for the 50 photos of camouflaged tanks, and output "no" for the 50 photos of forest. This did not ensure, or even imply, that new examples would be classified correctly. The neural network might have "learned" 100 special cases that would not generalize to any new problem. Wisely, the researchers had originally taken 200 photos, 100 photos of tanks and 100 photos of trees. They had used only 50 of each for the training set. The researchers ran the neural network on the remaining 100 photos, and without further training the neural network classified all remaining photos correctly. Success confirmed! The researchers handed the finished work to the Pentagon, which soon handed it back, complaining that in their own tests the neural network did no better than chance at discriminating photos.
It turned out that in the researchers' dataset, photos of camouflaged tanks had been taken on cloudy days, while photos of plain forest had been taken on sunny days. The neural network had learned to distinguish cloudy days from sunny days, instead of distinguishing camouflaged tanks from empty forest.
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yesterday by timcowlishaw
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yesterday by dalcrose

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