differentiable-plasticity - Implementations of the algorithms described in Differentiable plasticity: training plastic networks with gradient descent, a research paper from Uber AI Labs

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This repo contains implementations of the algorithms described in Differentiable plasticity: training plastic networks with gradient descent, a research paper from Uber AI Labs. We strongly recommend studying the simple/simplest.py program first, as it is deliberately kept as simple as possible while showing full-fledged differentiable plasticity learning.

https://github.com/uber-research/differentiable-plasticity

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