Towards Real World Robot Learning
Xinlei Pan, the University of California, Berkeley
2020-12-25 10:00:00 ~ 2020-12-25 11:30:00
ZOOM线上会议（ZOOM ID: 931-411-28093；Password: 682939）
In this talk, he will talk about techniques that characterizes and improves the generalization, robustness of reinforcement learning and its application on robotics. To understand and improve the generalization of reinforcement learning, adversarial attacks are used to characterize the vulnerability of reinforcement learning and to improve the robustness of reinforcement learning.
Next, he will cover improvements on imitation learning and inverse reinforcement learning that generalizes policies from human experts to robots. Finally, he will present how these techniques are used on several robotics applications such as self-driving cars and navigation robots with the incorporation of domain adaptation and meta learning.
Xinlei Pan is a PhD candidate at the University of California, Berkeley. He conducts research on machine learning especially reinforcement learning, computer vision and their applications on robotics.