CNTK 2.5: A C# Primer

If you prefer writing code with DotNet, and wish to get started in machine learning, you're in luck: CNTK now allows you to build, train, and evaluate models all within your managed code, while still taking advantage of hardware acceleration! Since the documentation for the C# libraries is poor (at best), I thought it would … Continue reading CNTK 2.5: A C# Primer


AI progress

So you've all seen this, right? EA used machine learning to make A.I. better than you at ‘Battlefield 1’ It seems that AI is everywhere these days, from self driving cars to thermostats. Unfortunately, while amazing progress is being made by some, my recent results look more like this: It's a chicken and an egg … Continue reading AI progress

Slow Progress

I've been running training sessions for my latest model for roughly two months now and just getting frustrated. Progress is extremely slow, as the model is still infantile in its ability to play Gomoku. Looking at my adventures with Connect 4, the main things I learned are: Smaller training sets are fine as they are … Continue reading Slow Progress