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PyBrain: NN and UL in Python
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PyBrain is a modular Machine Learning Library for Python. It’s goal is to offer flexible, easy-to-use yet still powerful algorithms for Machine Learning Tasks and a variety of predefined environments to test and compare your algorithms.

  • Backprop
  • Rprop
  • Policy Gradients
  • Support Vector Machines
  • Evolution Strategies
  • CMA-ES
  • Competitive Coevolution
  • Natural ES
  • Natural Actor-Critic
  • Reward-weighted regression
  • Evolino
  • Fitness Expectation Maximization
  • SPLA
  • PCA/pPCA
  • LSH for Hamming and Euclidean Spaces
  • Feed-forward networks, including Deep Belief Networks
  • Recurrent networks, including LSTM architectures
  • Reservoirs
  • Bidirectional networks
  • Multidimensional RNNs
  • Custom-designed topologies

Source: A.I. News

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2012-05-22 08:37:14 by YT01STL-A

Moody's Downgrades Italian Banks

Moody's Investors Service kicked off its long-awaited downgrades of European and global banks by docking the credit ratings of 26 Italian lenders, a move that could ratchet up the continent's banking woes at a critical time for the currency union.
The downgrades, which cite the banks' vulnerability to mounting loan defaults and potential funding problems, were expected, but they nonetheless add to concerns by making it more expensive for the banks to finance themselves via the capital markets.
The ratings for Italian banks are now among the lowest within advanced European countries, reflecting these banks' susceptibility to the adverse operating.

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they /could they ever feed us propaganda or censor vital news in a modern technological age, where communication over great distances is nearly instant and video cameras are everywhere.. I
Well to answer that question, the fact is that the mainstream media here today is PRIMARILY fed propaganda and distraction. It has been this way for nearly a century.
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