15. Learning: Near Misses, Felicity Conditions

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MIT 6.034 Artificial Intelligence, Fall 2010
View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-034F10
Instructor: Patrick Winston

To determine whether three blocks form an arch, we use a model which evolves through examples and near misses; this is an example of one-shot learning. We also discuss other aspects of how students learn, and how to package your ideas better.

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Shahir ABD says:

is that "Gunther" at the front??
XD

Pedro Abreu says:

This guy reminds of Mad Eye Moody from Harry Potter. BUT TALKING ABOUT AI WHICH IS GREAT

Rob Romijnders says:

What is the "sleep lecture" he refers to at 0:50?

JNS Studios says:

23,000th viewer XD

Seriously it says there are 22,999 views. So i'm the 23,000th viewer.

Bob Jones says:

Cause, as we all know, being famous is what makes life meaningful! MIT should hire the Kardashians instead of computer science professors…

gumikebbap says:

More than packaging your ideas, I see those 5 "salients" 😛 as the constraints for an idea to be remembered: Marketing at its finest. Now, would that be usefull for an AI, given it would have a huge memory capacity?

rewtnode says:

Amazing lecture but he's got a spelling problem. Surprize !-)

James King says:

Even if I didn't understand a thing he was saying, I could listen to this lecturer all day.

Bobby Nazaris says:

well, for what's worth mentioning, I love your style Mr.Professor 🙂 Thank you for sharing 🙂

OzgurBagci says:

this blackboards are crazy. we only have one big fat board in our college.

Wilson Xu says:

That was a great lecture

Shaun Patterson says:

I went to Georgia Tech and had excellent professors… but this guy really makes me wish I had gone to MIT

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