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June 22, 2022, 10:09 p.m. | /u/FlyingQuokka

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I've never really used AutoML--I prefer to code up my models and data engineering by hand, but I'm beginning to wonder if I can use AutoML as a starting point, e.g., the built-in hyper-parameter optimization or NAS finds a good neural network hyper-params/architecture for me, and I can build on that.

With that in mind, what's the SOTA right now? Ideally, it would be as white-box as possible, telling me the models it tries, what worked and didn't, etc. Alternatively, …

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