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May 15, 2022, 9:11 a.m. | /u/StOchastiC_

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Let’s say I have a trained model for which I used a training set T. If new samples become available, what is the best practice for using this new information to improve the model?
My thoughts are:
1) create a new training set T’ that contains the new samples and retrain the model
2) fine-tune the trained model by training a few epochs on only the new samples

Furthermore, if the new acquired samples are more important to the task …

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