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Why learn? Evolutionary functions of learning

Boilerhouse Auditorium
27/11/2017 (18:15)
Chris Watkins 2

Why learn? Evolutionary functions of learning

Professor Chris Watkins
Department of Computer Science

Professor Watkins will talk about Q-learning, reinforcement learning, and other abstract models of learning, and their relationships to evolution, and he will show how basic reasoning about evolution can suggest multiple different roles for learning.

Admission free but booking is essential.  Please click here to book your ticket(s).

Inaugural Lecture

For further information please contact:

Sue Heath, Events Officer



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