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Some thought on AlphaTensor
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Recently, there is a heated attention on newly released paper AlphaTensor from DeepMind. The claim in the Abstract seems to imply that there is a great advancement for a 50 year old problem that Strassen’s algorithm was trying to address. This is really an intriguing claim, thus I spared myself some time trying to fully understand to what extent these claims are true, and how the algorithm they use looks like for such achievements.
Deep Learning Frameworks and Compilers
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In previous blogs, we have covered the topic of scheduling tensor programs. This task might be viewed as one step in machine learning compilers, which I will provide an introduction in this blog.
Reinforcement Learning for Scheduling Tensor Programs
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The idea of reinforcement learning has been applied for scheduling tensor programs, but so far, the RL algorithms being used are largely different from those being developed in the RL community. In this blog, I briefly summarize the existing methods, and dicuss potential and interesting working directions.
AI-Aided Problem Solving
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AI techniques/algorithms keep advancing these days, along with that is an increasing interest on the question how these techniques and algorithms shall be harnessed for solving real-world problems. In this blog, I provide some of my thoughts on problem-solving and artificial intelligence.