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A neural network that combines the results of other neural networks.
An approach to scaling artificial intelligence.
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What is a Committee Machine?
John Spacey, updated on October 24, 2016
A committee machine is a neural network that combines results from other neural networks. It is an approach to scaling artificial intelligence with multiple neural networks referred to as "experts". The committee machine may use a variety of algorithms to assimilate expert input into a single output such as a decision. A committee machine may also be used to acquire knowledge with a technique known as boosting whereby the committee machine learns by integrating the learning of experts.
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