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Current state of art approaches in generating features based on other available features and items

I am about to do a project that is about generating texts for missing entries that are related to some object (using information about other available entries related to the same object and ...
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Is it possible to make an machine learning algorithm, that can outperform humans in complex games with current technology?

Would a company like OpenAi, it the "average" person be able to make a bot, using machine learning, that can outperform the best e-sport players in complex games, like PubG, with the technology we ...
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Which of the NIPS 2014 papers are most significant, and why?

As a newcomer to the field, I find many of the NIPS 2014 papers fascinating, but it is difficult for me to evaluate which ones represent real progress over current approaches. Which papers do you ...
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Possibility of working on KDDCup data in local system

I'm trying to apply classification algorithms to KDD Cup 2012 track2 data using R http://www.kddcup2012.org/c/kddcup2012-track2 It seems not possible to work with this 10GB training data on my local ...
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Is FPGrowth still considered “state of the art” in frequent pattern mining?

As far as I know the development of algorithms to solve the Frequent Pattern Mining (FPM) problem, the road of improvements have some main checkpoints. Firstly, the Apriori algorithm was proposed in ...
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Are Support Vector Machines still considered “state of the art” in their niche?

This question is in response to a comment I saw on another question. The comment was regarding the Machine Learning course syllabus on Coursera, and along the lines of "SVMs are not used so much ...