"The field of Machine Learning seeks to answer these questions: How can we build computer systems that automatically improve with experience, and what are the fundamental laws that govern all learning processes?"
– from The Discipline of Machine Learning by Tom Mitchell. CMU-ML-06-108, 2006.
We often hear in the news about this thing called "machine learning" and how computers are "learning" to perform certain tasks. From the examples we see, it almost seems like magic when a computer creates perfect landscapes from thin air or makes a painting talk. But what is often overlooked, and what we want to cover in this tutorial, is that machine learning can be used in video game creation as well. In other words, we can use machine learning to make better and more interesting video games by training our AIs to perform certain tasks automatically with machine learning algorithms. This tutorial will show you how we can use Unity ML agents to make an AI target and find a game object. More specifically, we'll be looking at how to customize the training process to create an AI with a very specific proficiency in this task. Through this, you will get to see just how much potential machine learning has when it comes to making AI for video games. So, without further ado, let's get started and learn how to code powerful AIs with the power of Unity and machine learning combined!
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The human face has been a topic of interest for deep learning engineers for quite some time now. Understanding the human face not only helps in facial recognition but finds applications in facial morphing, head pose detection and virtual makeovers. If you are a regular user of social media apps like Instagram or Snapchat, have you wondered how the filters fit perfectly for each face? Though every face on the planet is unique, these filters seem to magically align on your nose, lips and eyes. These filters or face-swapping applications make use of facial landmarks.
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In this article, we will focus on adding and customizing Early Stopping in our machine learning model and look at an example of how we do this in practice with Keras and TensorFlow 2.0. In machine learning, early stopping is one of the most widely used regularization techniques to combat the overfitting issue. Early Stopping monitors the performance of the model for every epoch on a held-out validation set during the training, and terminate the training conditional on the validation performance. Early Stopping is a very different way to regularize the machine learning model. The way it does is to stop training as soon as the validation error reaches a minimum.
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