A post shared by Alistair McClymont (@alistairmcclymont) on Apr 11, 2018 at 2:11pm PDT
Simple #perceptron 2 - the perceptron divides the white and black dots. Green is correct, red incorrect. Blue dot shows it testing the points. By incrementally adjusting weightings and learning from errors you can see it fit to the correct line. #machinelearning #processing from a tutorial by Daniel Shiffman #thecodetrain
A post shared by Alistair McClymont (@alistairmcclymont) on Apr 9, 2018 at 5:53pm PDT
I made a #perceptron in @Processing. Based on a tutorial from @thecodingtrain. The perceptron guesses which half diagonally the circles are on (black or white) if correct it puts a green dot, if wrong a red dot. It tests one by one (blue dot indicates it’s progress) and adjusts/learns as it goes. The big circles show me clicking and stopping the process to see how accurate the perceptron is getting. #perceptron #artificiallearning #machinelearning #neuralnetworks #processing
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moving on from the iphone app version of this artwork its been entirely remade in web code - much more accessible and enables me to use the principle to do something a bit experimental.
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