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Neural Architecture Search - a gateway to AutoML

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Neural networks have helped achieve the previously-thought impossible over the past decade or so. It is still a mystery to most how they work or why the results are so good. Yet, even these hand-crafted magic black-boxes are seemingly reaching the peak of their potential. At least while humans are the ones designing them.

The talk introduces some base concepts of neural networks, describes limitations of human design and then goes into detail about techniques that allow machines to efficiently design other machines.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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