Bonaccorso’s Law

Giuseppe Bonaccorso

“Science is a beautiful gift to humanity; we should not distort it.”
(A. P. J. Abdul Kalam)

 

 

 

Machine learning copes with data. All scenarios: supervised, semi-supervised, unsupervised and reinforcement-based extracts pieces of information from the data and tries to generalize the rules they learn when unseen samples are presented. Even if it can be either a limitation or something absolutely obvious, I’ve formalized a concept I consider as a pillar of any Artificial Intelligence research:

 

A natural or artificial intelligent agent can learn only what is already encoded in the data it perceives.

Giuseppe Bonaccorso

 

Another statement that I consider almost essential for Machine Learning is:

If a programming language needs more than one line of code to show “Hello World”, it will be probably a bad choice for Machine Learning.

Giuseppe Bonaccorso