May 16, 2024, 4:28 a.m. | /u/albo437

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Hi I’m a cs major that recently started self learning a bit more advanced topics to try and start some undergrad research with help of a professor. My university focuses completely on multi objective optimization with evolutionary computation, so that’s what I’ve been learning about. The thing is, every big news in AI come from machine learning/neural networks models so I’m not sure focusing on the forgotten method is the way to go.

Is evolutionary computation still a thing worth …

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