Learning by Ignoring

@article{Zhao2020LearningBI,
  title={Learning by Ignoring},
  author={Xingchen Zhao and P. Xie},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2012.14288}
}
Learning by ignoring, which identifies less important things and excludes them from the learning process, is an effective learning technique in human learning. There has been psychological studies showing that learning to ignore certain things is a powerful tool for helping people focus. We are interested in investigating whether this powerful learning technique can be borrowed from humans to improve the learning abilities of machines. We propose a novel learning approach called learning by… Expand

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