3 ways to get into reinforcement learning


When I was in graduate school in the 1990s, one of my favorite classes was neural networks. Back then, we didn’t have access to TensorFlow, PyTorch, or Keras; we programmed neurons, neural networks, and learning algorithms by hand with the formulas from textbooks. We didn’t have access to cloud computing, and we coded sequential experiments that often ran overnight. There weren’t platforms like Alteryx, Dataiku, SageMaker, or SAS to enable a machine learning proof of concept or manage the end-to-end MLops lifecycles.

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