Foundations of Machine Learning

author: Marcus Hutter, Australian National University
published: March 11, 2008,   recorded: March 2008,   views: 1506
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Machine learning is usually taught as a bunch of methods that can solve a bunch of problems (see above).

The second part of the tutorial takes a step back and asks about the foundations of machine learning, in particular the (philosophical) problem of inductive inference, (Bayesian) statistics, and artificial intelligence.

It concentrates on principled, unified, and exact methods.

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