Saturday, March 10, 2018

Saturday Morning Videos: NIPS2017 Meta Learning Symposium videos

Pieter Abbeel mentioned that the #nips2017 Meta Learning Symposium videos are now available here.

Thanks to Risto Miikkulainen, Quoc Le, Kenneth Stanley, and Chrisantha Fernando for organizing and getting the videos online !

Opening remarks, Quoc Le (slides, video)

Topic I: Evolutionary Optimization

  • Evolving Multitask Neural Network Structure, Risto Miikkulainen (slides, video)
  • Evolving to Learn through Synaptic Plasticity, Ken Stanley (slides, video)
  • PathNet and Beyond, Chrisantha Fernando (slides, video)
Topic II: Bayesian Optimization

  • Bayesian Optimization for Automated Model Selection, Roman Garnett (slides, video)
  • Automatic Machine Learning (AutoML) and How To Speed It Up, Frank Hutter (slides, video)

Topic III: Gradient Descent

  • Contrasting Model- and Optimization-based Metalearning, Oriol Vinyals (slides, video)
  • Population-based Training for Neural Network Meta-Optimization, Max Jaderberg (slides, video)
  • Learning to Learn for Robotic Control, Pieter Abbeel (slides, video)
  • On Learning How to Learn Learning Strategies, Juergen Schmidhuber (slides, video)

Topic IV: Reinforcement Learning

  • Intrinsically Motivated Reinforcement Learning, Satinder Singh (video)
  • Self-Play, Ilya Sutskever (slides, video)
  • Neural Architecture Search, Quoc Le (slides, video)
  • Multiple scales of reward and task learning, Jane Wang (slides, video)

Panel discussion, Moderator: Risto Miikkulainen, Panelists: Frank Hutter, Juergen Schmidhuber, Ken Stanley, Ilya Sutskever (video)

Credit photn: NASA, Starshine 2 , more on project Starshine.

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