1 code implementation • 25 May 2021 • SiQi Liu, Guy Lever, Zhe Wang, Josh Merel, S. M. Ali Eslami, Daniel Hennes, Wojciech M. Czarnecki, Yuval Tassa, Shayegan Omidshafiei, Abbas Abdolmaleki, Noah Y. Siegel, Leonard Hasenclever, Luke Marris, Saran Tunyasuvunakool, H. Francis Song, Markus Wulfmeier, Paul Muller, Tuomas Haarnoja, Brendan D. Tracey, Karl Tuyls, Thore Graepel, Nicolas Heess
In a sequence of stages, players first learn to control a fully articulated body to perform realistic, human-like movements such as running and turning; they then acquire mid-level football skills such as dribbling and shooting; finally, they develop awareness of others and play as a team, bridging the gap between low-level motor control at a timescale of milliseconds, and coordinated goal-directed behaviour as a team at the timescale of tens of seconds.
1 code implementation • 15 May 2020 • Abbas Abdolmaleki, Sandy H. Huang, Leonard Hasenclever, Michael Neunert, H. Francis Song, Martina Zambelli, Murilo F. Martins, Nicolas Heess, Raia Hadsell, Martin Riedmiller
Many real-world problems require trading off multiple competing objectives.
4 code implementations • • Emilio Parisotto, H. Francis Song, Jack W. Rae, Razvan Pascanu, Caglar Gulcehre, Siddhant M. Jayakumar, Max Jaderberg, Raphael Lopez Kaufman, Aidan Clark, Seb Noury, Matthew M. Botvinick, Nicolas Heess, Raia Hadsell
Harnessing the transformer's ability to process long time horizons of information could provide a similar performance boost in partially observable reinforcement learning (RL) domains, but the large-scale transformers used in NLP have yet to be successfully applied to the RL setting.
1 code implementation • • H. Francis Song, Abbas Abdolmaleki, Jost Tobias Springenberg, Aidan Clark, Hubert Soyer, Jack W. Rae, Seb Noury, Arun Ahuja, Si-Qi Liu, Dhruva Tirumala, Nicolas Heess, Dan Belov, Martin Riedmiller, Matthew M. Botvinick
Some of the most successful applications of deep reinforcement learning to challenging domains in discrete and continuous control have used policy gradient methods in the on-policy setting.
1 code implementation • 1 Feb 2019 • Nolan Bard, Jakob N. Foerster, Sarath Chandar, Neil Burch, Marc Lanctot, H. Francis Song, Emilio Parisotto, Vincent Dumoulin, Subhodeep Moitra, Edward Hughes, Iain Dunning, Shibl Mourad, Hugo Larochelle, Marc G. Bellemare, Michael Bowling
From the early days of computing, games have been important testbeds for studying how well machines can do sophisticated decision making.
The behavioral dynamics of multi-agent systems have a rich and orderly structure, which can be leveraged to understand these systems, and to improve how artificial agents learn to operate in them.
We design a Theory of Mind neural network -- a ToMnet -- which uses meta-learning to build models of the agents it encounters, from observations of their behaviour alone.