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Chicago Machine Learning Study Group Message Board › Slides for Nov 16 Meetup

Slides for Nov 16 Meetup

Rob L.
Berlin, DE
Post #: 11
I posted Simon's slides for the Nov 16th meetup here:


Simon H.
Riverside, IL
Post #: 3
If you are interested in tinkering with genetic programs yourself, but don't want to roll your own, there is a very powerful free GP tool that has been made available by Cornell's research group:


You can load datasets, pick which operators you want to use, select whether you want to learn models on time-series data or regular data, etc. Their tool is very powerful, they hit the news a few years back as it was able to infer some of Newton's laws just from the data. Here's the article from Wired:­

I once tried to see if it could find a pattern to the distribution of prime numbers, but had no joy! If only...
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