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How Psychology Drives Machine Learning

Reinforcement Learning and Conditioning

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People have continuously wanted to create machines that can think, learn, and reason. The research within the field of artificial intelligence (AI) leads us to believe that we should look at algorithms, thinking they are comparable to our human ways of thinking and reasoning. A good example is the following definition of AI as “any…




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