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Learning Continually from Low-shot Data Stream

  title={Learning Continually from Low-shot Data Stream},
  author={Canyu Le and Xihan Wei and Biao Wang and L. Zhang},
While deep learning has achieved remarkable results on various applications, it is usually data hungry and struggles to learn over non-stationary data stream. To solve these two limits, the deep learning model should not only be able to learn from a few of data, but also incrementally learn new concepts from data stream over time without forgetting the previous knowledge. Limited literature simultaneously address both problems. In this work, we propose a novel approach, MetaCL, which enables… 

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