Capsule Networks and Education
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In today’s episode, Dr. Keith Duggar and Dr. Tim Scarfe chat with Alex Stenlake about the education chapter in Kenneth Stanley’s “Greatness cannot be planned” book, and we relate it to our Algoshambes conversation a few weeks ago. We debate whether objectives in education are a good thing and whether they cause perverse incentives and stifle creativity and innovation. Next up we dissect capsule networks! We finish off talking about fast algorithms and quantum computing.
00:01:13 Greatness cannot be planned / education
00:12:03 Perverse incentives
00:19:25 Treasure hunting
00:30:28 Capsule Networks
00:46:08 Capsules As Compositional Networks
00:52:45 Capsule Routing
00:57:10 Loss and Warps
01:09:55 Fast Algorithms and Quantum Computing
“Understanding Dynamic Routing between Capsules (Capsule Networks)” by Jonathan Hui
Tim also showed Yannic’s video on capsules during the show here; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXGHJTtFYRU
Why greatness can’t be planned – Kenneth Stanley; https://www.amazon.co.uk/Why-Greatness-Cannot-Planned-Objective/dp/3319155237
Music credit; https://soundcloud.com/byethereal/stellar