You ran your algorithm, it matched things up, and it looks like the good ole engineers of Keras or Sklearn or wherever you got your canned neural network code picked some okay parameters for fitting to some pretty odd data. You’re not sure if you helped the increased panda fertility rate because of your crafty neural network trained on clean data or if the US is just putting more work in this matchmaking service. Good thing you don’t need to know what’s going on in that black box to accept that fat government check. Kaching! Thanks Baby Jesus for blessing us with that Keras.fit()
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