Meta Learning as Bayes Risk Minimization

Meta-Learning is a family of methods that use a set of interrelated tasks to learn a model that can quickly learn a new query task from a possibly small contextual dataset. In this study, we use a probabilistic framework to formalize what it means for two tasks to be related and reframe the meta-learning problem into the problem of Bayesian risk minimization (BRM)... (read more)

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