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Thursday, November 29, 2018

A Toy Car for Reinforcement Learning

Amazon shows come clever ways to demonstrate development for Reinforcement learning.  Toys, carefully designed and implemented can be an innovative easy to learn complex development lessons.

Go, DeepRacer, Go: How a toy car makes machine learning fun for developers

BY BEV BELLILE in SiliconAngle  With Video. 

At this year’s AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, Amazon launched its AWS DeepRacer. While it is a toy car on the outside, it is also a highly sophisticated reinforcement learning platform that is designed to teach developers build, train and optimize models in the cloud, leveraging Amazon SageMaker and AWS RoboMaker. DeepRacer was demonstrated during AWS re:Invent in conjunction with a developer workshop that taught them how to use DeepRacer to build a reinforcement learning virtual model in the cloud and then deploy it to the “real-world” car.

“We believe that AWS DeepRacer is … [a] tool for us to help get this kind of innovative technology into the hands of everyday developers and data scientists,” said Mike Miller (pictured), senior manager of product management for AWS AI at Amazon Web Services Inc. He explained that this type of machine learning can have a steep learning curve and can be cost-prohibitive and limited to large enterprises with deep pockets. DeepRacer is a way to make it more accessible to more people. ..."

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