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How can the model know whether it predicts right or wrong ?

 
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As far as I know, deep reinforcement learning is not supervised learning. So how can the model know whether it predicts right or wrong?
 
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Randy,

That is the question isn't it?  The model only knows what you teach it, so you have to set the right goals to start with and enough of them so you don't get a learned deviation from your resultant inputs.  I know that is still very vague, but that is the real problem.

Les
 
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