Meta-learning from Learning Curves Challenge: Lessons learned from the First Round and Design of the Second Round

@article{Nguyen2022MetalearningFL,
  title={Meta-learning from Learning Curves Challenge: Lessons learned from the First Round and Design of the Second Round},
  author={Manh Hung Nguyen and Lisheng Sun and Nathan Grinsztajn and Isabelle Guyon},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2208.02821}
}
Meta-learning from learning curves is an important yet often neglected research area in the Machine Learning community. We introduce a series of Reinforcement Learning-based meta-learning challenges, in which an agent searches for the best suited algorithm for a given dataset, based on feedback of learning curves from the environment. The first round attracted participants both from academia and industry. This paper an-alyzes the results of the first round (accepted to the competition program of… 

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