Ray Solomonoff

Ray Solomonoff
Ray Solomonoff
Naissance 25 juillet 1926
Cleveland, Ohio (États-Unis)
Décès 7 décembre 2009 (à 83 ans)
Nationalité Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis
Profession Informaticien, chercheur
Inventeur de la probabilité algorithmique

Ray J. Solomonoff, né le 25 juillet 1926 à Cleveland, Ohio (États-Unis) et mort le 7 décembre 2009 d'une rupture d'anévrisme, est un informaticien et chercheur américain.

Il est connu pour être à l'origine du concept de probabilité algorithmique et des premières approches d'apprentissage automatique probabiliste en intelligence artificielle.



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