Why are indented lines so important in python programming?
Python's language spec uses white spaces, specifically levels of indentation, to denote scope and code blocks, as opposed to brackets or "Begin"/"End" keywords. So, the lines of code that form an "if" block, or a "while" or "for" loop, or even an entire function/method or class, must all have the same level of indentation, otherwise the Python will throw an error.
What's the main algorithm that makes Artificial Neural Networks learn?
In AI there are three main concepts: Agent, Environment, and State. What are the properties of the environment?
An environment can be: - Fully observable or Partially observable. - Deterministic or Stochastic. - Discrete or Continuous. - Benign or Adversarial.