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Reinforcement Learning In Action - Opaque Algorithms

 
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Hi Alexander and Brandon.

There has been some discussion that ML algorithms are generally black boxes, with little or no insight into why certain inputs produce certain labels or outputs.
Does Reinforcement Learning produce algorithms that are any more understandable that the often opaque "computer says no" neural networks produced using other ML techniques?


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