410 papers with code • 17 benchmarks • 21 datasets
Continual Learning (also known as Incremental Learning, Life-long Learning) is a concept to learn a model for a large number of tasks sequentially without forgetting knowledge obtained from the preceding tasks, where the data in the old tasks are not available anymore during training new ones.
If not mentioned, the benchmarks here are Task-CL, where task-id is provided on validation.
Continual Learning by Asymmetric Loss Approximation with Single-Side Overestimation
Three scenarios for continual learning
Lifelong Machine Learning
Continual lifelong learning with neural networks: A review
A major obstacle to developing artificial intelligence applications capable of true lifelong learning is that artificial neural networks quickly or catastrophically forget previously learned tasks when trained on a new one.