Sometimes we encounter problems for which it’s really hard to write a computer program to solve. For example, let’s say we wanted to program a computer to recognize hand-written digits: Source: MNIST handwritten database You could imagine trying to devise a set of rules to distinguish each individual digit. Zeros, for instance, are basically one closed loop. But what if the person didn’t perfe…
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