Phil 9.30.19

7:00 – 7:00 ASRC GOES

  • Dissertation
  • Evolutionary hyperparameter tuning. It’s working (60% is better than my efforts), but there’s a problem with the fitness values? Also, I want to save the best chromosome always


  • Reread weapons paper
  • Meeting with Aaron M – going to try to rework the paper a bit for ICSE 2020. Deadline is Oct 29.
    • Some interesting discussion on how review systems should work
    • Also some thoughts about how military AI in a hyperkinetic environment would have to negotiate cease-fires, sue for peace, etc.

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