I suspect I am overdue to start practicing numbers, put together a body journey, a walk and a palace or three.
My major system still has gaps and slow spots but I am kind of thinking that using it will be the best way to drive it home.
Any recommendations on the variety of practice in numbers that are good for a beginner? ( I have had a tendency to avoid reaching with my mental calculation and I think it has in general held me back ) . I suspect there is a balance. Should I alternate between achievable and unachievable lengths and times OR should I do progressive runs OR should I just randomize it and let the chips fall where they may?
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This is where I think you could game the system. The deep learning algorithms are doing a really good job of becoming world-class players at probabilistic games. If you could train a network to treat teaching mnemonics to people as a game then I suspect both strong general and custom algorithms could be developed for a wide range of learning.
Any thoughts on initial weightings would be interesting. Zero-knowledge might be fun but as a starting point understanding what categories might be identified in the use of mnemonics and the underlying data schema would be quicker to prototype. Bet you could build a pretty strong trainer.
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