An update on clevrML’s mission.

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At the start of 2020, I set out with one goal in mind: release a project of my own into the world, regardless of how big or small it was. I wasn’t sure exactly what it would end up being, but I knew it would have something to do with Artificial Intelligence. AI has been a passion of mine since I was first introduced to it in 2018 when I saw Google’s “Duplex” technology. When I first saw Duplex at Google’s “IO” event, I was lost for words and became instantly hooked. Fast forward to October of 2020, I released…

It’s time to think of a solution that is smaller, simpler and less data-intensive that will set AI up for the future. Introducing Active Memory Learning.

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Background

In 2018, I began my path to learning computer programming with the intention of learning about Artificial Intelligence (AI). Originally, I only wanted to learn the surface level concepts because AI was becoming more common in everyday life. After immersing myself in the subject of AI for the next two and a half years, I began to fall in love with the entire field and began to learn the subject.

As nice as that story may sound, studying AI by myself was quite difficult at times. Most frameworks (starting points/generic functionality, i.e: Tensorflow, Pytorch) often assume you either have prior…

Landon Garrison

Creator of clevrML

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