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Is this stack of CNN layers valid?

Background This challenge is about Convolutional neural networks, and its two main building blocks, namely Convolutional layer and Pooling layer. For simplicity, we ignore the "depth" of the ...
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Implement the Max-Pooling operation from Convolutional Neural Networks

In convolutional neural networks, one of the main types of layers usually implemented is called the Pooling Layer. Sometimes, the input image is big (and therefore time consuming especially if you ...
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Find the largest root of a polynomial with a neural network

The challenge Find the smallest feedforward neural network such that, given any 3-dimensional input vector \$(a,b,c)\$ with integer entries in \$[-10,10]\$, the network outputs the largest (i.e., "...
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Sort with a neural network

The previous neural net golfing challenges (this and that) inspired me to pose a new challenge: The challenge Find the smallest feedforward neural network such that, given any 4-dimensional input ...
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Machine Learning Golf: Multiplication

I'd like to propose a different kind of golfing challenge to this community: (Artificial) Neural Networks are very popular machine learning models that can be designed and trained to approximate any ...
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Can a neural network recognize primes?

Background Recognizing primality seems like a poor fit for (artificial) neural networks. However, the universal approximation theorem states that neural networks can approximate any continuous ...
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