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drusenko 1970 days ago | link | parent

as a point of clarification, the system greg's built goes much further than simple a/b testing. there are quite a few complications with implementing a genetic algorithm in the real world of constantly shifting preferences.

once done right, it can efficiently optimize millions of permutations with millions of ad impressions (<2000 clicks). more permutations means more chance for improvement, and this just isn't possible with a simple a/b testing solution.

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