Game theory meets learning. Hip, especially in combination with deep learning.
I don’t know anything about it. Something about training two systems together to both generate and classify examples of a phenomenon of interest.
Sanjeev Arora gives a cogent intro He also suggests a link with learning theory. See also Delving deep into Generative Adversarial Networks, a “curated, quasi-exhaustive list of state-of-the-art publications and resources about Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) and their applications.”
Here is a spreadsheet interface for exploring GAN latent spaces.
The GAN Zoo, “A list of all named GANs!”
To discover: precise relationship of deep GANS with, e.g. adversarial training in games and bandit problems. Augustus Odena, Open Questions about GANs.
How does this work? (Mirza and Osindero 2014; ???)
I think this always requires cycle consistent loss? (Zhu et al. 2017) How is it different to autoencoders? I think becuse it maps between two domains not between a latent and a domain.
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