Neural Network Demo

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11 Responses to Neural Network Demo

  1. Tyler Koskey says:

    quick how do i favorite a comment

  2. Nicolas Faverge says:

    Hi, i’m interested about your work. I’m doing quite the same, but with fish, with 6 different input and 4 output (one for forward, one backward and 2 for direction). I’m trying to make the network evolve himself and the connexion are done randomly. As you had some result I have some questions : How do you update the wheight of the connexions for each generations? How do you choose the hidden layer? Thanks and sorry, i’m frensh and my english isn’t realy good.

  3. ereignisfelder says:

    would it improve it’s laptime after more and more runs?

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  5. Matthew Robbins says:

    Thanks man, I’m glad its been useful to you. 😀

  6. betteryeti says:

    You’re a funny man!

  7. betteryeti says:

    Okay, I’ve learned more about NNs from this simple video than the several dozen others I’ve watched prior. NICE PRESENTATION.

  8. ParadigmMMO says:


  9. gespilk says:

    Do you think changing the track will not result in a crash? I think it will.

  10. RevolutionaryWave says:

    Because simple perceptrons, without hidden layers, can only solve problems that are linearly separable. Complex problems quickly become non-linearly separable. Driving is an example of such problem. Hidden layers make it possible for a neural network to solve problems that are non-linearly separable. Or do you mean, why use 8 instead of X hidden nodes?

  11. RevolutionaryWave says:

    That is not how it works. Neural networks can be trained within simulations. Perhaps they still need some tuning afterwards, but it isn’t as expensive as you think it is. Most of the training is done in a safe and relatively cheap environment.

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