Google is borrowing from Darwin to make a seismic leap in automatic machine learning. It could spell out the end of most human bias.
- Google’s AutoML-Zero is capable of creating brand-new algorithms from scratch, through a Darwinian-style evolution process.
- Scientists working for the tech giant believe this leap in automatic machine learning research (AutoML) will revolutionize the field, opening up machine learning capabilities for non-experts.
- Last month, they posted their work to the preprint server ArXiv, which means the research has not yet been peer-reviewed.