no code implementations • 24 May 2023 • Ken Caluwaerts, Atil Iscen, J. Chase Kew, Wenhao Yu, Tingnan Zhang, Daniel Freeman, Kuang-Huei Lee, Lisa Lee, Stefano Saliceti, Vincent Zhuang, Nathan Batchelor, Steven Bohez, Federico Casarini, Jose Enrique Chen, Omar Cortes, Erwin Coumans, Adil Dostmohamed, Gabriel Dulac-Arnold, Alejandro Escontrela, Erik Frey, Roland Hafner, Deepali Jain, Bauyrjan Jyenis, Yuheng Kuang, Edward Lee, Linda Luu, Ofir Nachum, Ken Oslund, Jason Powell, Diego Reyes, Francesco Romano, Feresteh Sadeghi, Ron Sloat, Baruch Tabanpour, Daniel Zheng, Michael Neunert, Raia Hadsell, Nicolas Heess, Francesco Nori, Jeff Seto, Carolina Parada, Vikas Sindhwani, Vincent Vanhoucke, Jie Tan
In the second approach, we distill the specialist skills into a Transformer-based generalist locomotion policy, named Locomotion-Transformer, that can handle various terrains and adjust the robot's gait based on the perceived environment and robot states.
Denoising Diffusion models have demonstrated their proficiency for generative sampling.
This presents an interesting machine learning challenge: can we predict runtime errors in a "static" setting, where program execution is not possible?
no code implementations • 26 Feb 2021 • Brennan Saeta, Denys Shabalin, Marc Rasi, Brad Larson, Xihui Wu, Parker Schuh, Michelle Casbon, Daniel Zheng, Saleem Abdulrasool, Aleksandr Efremov, Dave Abrahams, Chris Lattner, Richard Wei
Swift for TensorFlow is a deep learning platform that scales from mobile devices to clusters of hardware accelerators in data centers.
Although in many cases the learning process could be guided by demonstrations or other suboptimal experts, current RL algorithms for continuous action spaces often fail to effectively utilize combinations of highly off-policy expert data and on-policy exploration data.
Deep learning has seen tremendous success over the past decade in computer vision, machine translation, and gameplay.