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Jan. 25, 2022, 12:47 a.m. | /u/No_Possibility_7588

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Let's say I have:

- An input

- One or more NNs that process the input, not necessarily in a feedforward way (and perhaps in the context of RL even doing attention on the input while taking queries from the policy).

- An output

Now, if I asked you to come up with a model that is both descriptive and predictive of how the aforementioned mechanisms work, what would you do? The answer in my head is not clear. It …

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