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Training Neural Networks on Data That’s Lying

Learning from corrupted data

Oh no! You find out that your data is corrupted — there are enough instances of training data being attached to the incorrect label for it to be a significant problem. What should you do?

If you want to be a radical optimist, you could think of this data corruption as a form of regularization — depending on the…

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