Learning to Look Around: Intelligently Exploring Unseen Environments for Unknown Tasks

CVPR 2018 Dinesh JayaramanKristen Grauman

It is common to implicitly assume access to intelligently captured inputs (e.g., photos from a human photographer), yet autonomously capturing good observations is itself a major challenge. We address the problem of learning to look around: if a visual agent has the ability to voluntarily acquire new views to observe its environment, how can it learn efficient exploratory behaviors to acquire informative observations?.. (read more)

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