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A better solution is to have two or more subsets of neural networks paired with simulators, and keep the GPUs and CPUs running at the same time updating networks or simulations from different sets depending on which step (neural network or simulation) is ready to be taken. This approach is the rightmost, “pipelined CPU+GPU” option shown in the following figure. With it, and the other improvements mentioned above, we were able to get the training time for ~4M parameter neural networks down to the number mentioned above (~4 hours on a single computer).

Our code enables everyone in the research community, including students and self-taught learners, to rapidly experimentally iterate on training deep neural networks on challenging problems like Atari, which heretofore has been a luxury limited to only well-funded industry and academic labs.

Faster code begets research advances. For example, our new code enabled us to launch an extensive hyperparameters search for the genetic algorithm at a fraction of the cost, which led to performance improvements on most Atari games over those we originally reported. We have updated our original arXiv publication with these new results. The faster code is also catalyzing all of our current research into improving deep neuroevolution by shortening our iteration times, enabling us to try each new idea on more domains and run the algorithms longer.

Our new software repository includes an implementation of our deep genetic algorithm, the evolution strategies algorithm from Salimans et al. , and our ( surprisingly competitive! ) random search control. We hope others will use our code to accelerate their own research activities. We also invite the community to build off our code to improve it. For example, further speedups are possible with distributed GPU training and with adding other TensorFlow operations customized for this type of computation.

There is a lot of momentum building around deep neuroevolution. In addition to our work and that by OpenAI mentioned above, there have also been recent deep learning advances using evolutionary algorithms from DeepMind , Google Brain , and Sentient . We hope open sourcing our code contributes to this momentum by making the field more accessible.

Most generally, our goal is to lower the cost of doing this research to the point where researchers of all backgrounds can try their own ideas for improving deep neuroevolution and harness it to accomplish their goals.

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Executing complex initiatives like acquisitions or an IT overhaul requires a breadth of knowledge that can be provided only by teams that are large, diverse, virtual, and composed of highly educated specialists. The irony is, those same characteristics have an alarming tendency to decrease collaboration on a team. What’s a company to do?

Gratton, a London Business School professor, and Erickson, president of the Concours Institute, studied 55 large teams and identified those with strong collaboration despite their complexity. Examining the team dynamics and environment at firms ranging from Royal Bank of Scotland to Nokia to Marriott, the authors isolated eight success factors: (1) that build bonds among the staff, in memorable ways that are particularly suited to a company’s business. (2) among executives, which help cooperation trickle down to the staff. (3) in which managers support employees by mentoring them daily, instead of a transactional “tit-for-tat culture.” (4) , such as communication and conflict resolution. (5) , which corporate HR can foster by sponsoring group activities. (6) , or leaders who are both task-oriented and relationship-oriented. (7) , by populating teams with members who know and trust one another. (8) , achieved by defining individual roles sharply but giving teams latitude on approach.

As teams have grown from a standard of 20 members to comprise 100 or more, team practices that once worked well no longer apply. The new complexity of teams requires companies to increase their capacity for collaboration, by making long-term investments that build relationships and trust, and smart near-term decisions about how teams are formed and run.

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To execute major initiatives in your organization—integrating a newly acquired firm, overhauling an IT system—you need complex teams. Such teams’ defining characteristics—large, virtual, diverse, and specialized—are crucial for handling daunting projects. Yet these very characteristics can also destroy team members’ ability to work together, say Gratton and Erickson. For instance, as team size grows, collaboration diminishes.

To maximize your complex teams’ effectiveness, construct a basis for collaboration in your company. Eight practices hinging on relationship building and cultural change can help. For example, create a strong sense of community by sponsoring events and activities that bring people together and help them get to know one another. And use informal mentoring and coaching to encourage employees to view interaction with leaders and colleagues as valuable.

When executives, HR professionals, and team leaders all pitch in to apply these practices, complex teams hit the ground running—the day they’re formed.

The Idea in Practice

The authors recommend these practices for encouraging collaboration in complex teams:

What Executives Can Do

Example:

Royal Bank of Scotland’s CEO commissioned new headquarters built around an indoor atrium and featuring a “Main Street” with shops, picnic spaces, and a leisure club. The design encourages employees to rub shoulders daily, which fuels collaboration in RBS’s complex teams.

Example:

At Standard Chartered Bank, top executives frequently fill in for one another, whether leading regional celebrations, representing SCB at key external events, or initiating internal dialogues with employees. They make their collaborative behavior visible through extensive travel and photos of leaders from varied sites working together.

Example:

At Nokia, each new hire’s manager lists everyone in the organization the newcomer should meet, suggests topics he or she should discuss with each person on the list, and explains why establishing each of these relationships is important.

What HR Can Do

Example:

Marriott has recognized the anniversary of the company’s first hotel opening by rolling back the cafeteria to the 1950s and sponsoring a team twist dance contest.

What Team Leaders Can Do

Example:

When Nokia needs to transfer skills across business functions or units, it moves entire small teams intact instead of reshuffling individual people into new positions.

When tackling a major initiative like an acquisition or an overhaul of IT systems, companies rely on large, diverse teams of highly educated specialists to get the job done. These teams often are convened quickly to meet an urgent need and work together virtually, collaborating online and sometimes over long distances.

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