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Meet up

Reinforcement Learning Basics: Modelling your Algorithms

Thursday, 14th March at CodeNode, London

This meetup was organised by Reinforcement Learning Community in March 2019

Reinforcement Learning Basics: Modelling your Algorithms

In this talk, Ali Chaudhry will share the choices that one has to make in modelling a Reinforcement Learning algorithm.

Muhammad Ali Chaudhry is a PostGraduate Researcher at University College London (UCL). In this talk he will share the choices that one has to make in modelling a Reinforcement Learning algorithm. He will discuss different types of Reinforcement Learning agents like Model-free, Model-based, Value-based, Policy-based and Actor-Critic. He will also discuss the trade-off between Exploration vs Exploitation and Planning vs Control using Temporal Difference Learning, Dynamic Programming and Monte Carlo approaches.

Ali Chaudhry

Ali is a self-taught programmer, currently doing a PhD in Artificial Intelligence and Education at University College London. His research focuses on applying human-centered learning science theories on Deep Reinforcement Learning algorithms. These days he's obsessed with GANs and Variational Autoencoders.

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Overview

Reinforcement Learning Basics: Modelling your Algorithms

In this talk, Ali Chaudhry will share the choices that one has to make in modelling a Reinforcement Learning algorithm.

Muhammad Ali Chaudhry is a PostGraduate Researcher at University College London (UCL). In this talk he will share the choices that one has to make in modelling a Reinforcement Learning algorithm. He will discuss different types of Reinforcement Learning agents like Model-free, Model-based, Value-based, Policy-based and Actor-Critic. He will also discuss the trade-off between Exploration vs Exploitation and Planning vs Control using Temporal Difference Learning, Dynamic Programming and Monte Carlo approaches.

Ali Chaudhry

Ali is a self-taught programmer, currently doing a PhD in Artificial Intelligence and Education at University College London. His research focuses on applying human-centered learning science theories on Deep Reinforcement Learning algorithms. These days he's obsessed with GANs and Variational Autoencoders.

Thanks to our sponsors

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