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I'm a bit confused about the point that you're stating. I've never seen anybody not group GANs under machine learning.

Machine learning is typically split into supervised learning, unsupervised learning, and reinforcement learning, and GANs are usually considered part of unsupervised learning. I guess the part I don't understand is what you mean by "their concerns are valid"? What are their concerns about? Whether GANs are a promising path of research? And if GANs aren't part of machine learning what are they?




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