To Populate is To Regulate

6 Nov 2019Nicole Fitzgerald

We examine the effects of instantiating Lewis signaling games within a population of speaker and listener agents with the aim of producing a set of general and robust representations of unstructured pixel data. Preliminary experiments suggest that the set of representations associated with languages generated within a population outperform those generated between a single speaker-listener pair on this objective, making a case for the adoption of population-based approaches in emergent communication studies... (read more)

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