Supervise Thyself: Examining Self-Supervised Representations in Interactive Environments

Self-supervised methods, wherein an agent learns representations solely by observing the results of its actions, become crucial in environments which do not provide a dense reward signal or have labels. In most cases, such methods are used for pretraining or auxiliary tasks for "downstream" tasks, such as control, exploration, or imitation learning... (read more)

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