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May 10, 2022, 4:03 p.m. | /u/caedin8

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I've been working in ML and AI for a while, so I am familiar with deep neural networks and implementing them in pytorch and tensorflow.

But every time I try to work on reinforcement learning side project I get end up with models that don't seem to learn anything useful. Part of it may just be the reward space and learning process is different than say training a conv network to extract features and label images which is a much …

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