AP writer Raphael Satter in London contributed this report.
Often these metalearning systems have to pick from a library of already understood building blocks to build novel structures from.
But it's not really clear how to do this with neural nets.
It would be nice to be able to define a prior that puts very low to no probability on actions that are not physically possible.
The app makes the data available to Icelanders on their mobile phones — and adds the anti-incest feature.
Currently available for Android phones, it has been downloaded almost 4,000 times since it was launched earlier this month.
use Achiam's "Constrained Policy Optimization" https://arxiv.org/abs/1705.10528 ; 4.It's the latest twist on a long-standing passion for genealogy in Iceland, a volcanically active island in the North Atlantic that was unpopulated before Norse settlers arrived in A. It was the common man documenting his own history," said Kari Stefansson, chief executive of Icelandic biotech company de CODE Genetics, which ran the contest behind the app.The Book of Icelanders database was developed in 1997 by de CODE and software entrepreneur Fridrik Skulason.The creators also hope to develop an i Phone version.Stefansson says the "bump" feature is an attention-grabbing but relatively minor aspect of an app that brings Icelanders' love of genealogy into the 21st century. But the idea that it will be used by young people to make sure they don't marry their cousins is of much more interest to the press than a reflection of reality."It may also be of limited use.