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What about neural nets?

 
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Is it mainly about neuron nets? or can you use enforced learning with other types of AI ?
 
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Jack Donahey wrote: Is it mainly about neuron nets? or can you use enforced learning with other types of AI ?



Hello! Reinforcement learning is a general framework that is not tied to neural networks (any function approximator will due, or even a database for low complexity problems), however, modern applied reinforcement learning almost always uses neural networks as the "engine" within the RL framework due to their representational power and scaling properties.
 
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