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Commonsense and Semantic-Guided Navigation through Language in Embodied Environment

@inproceedings{Yu2019CommonsenseAS,
  title={Commonsense and Semantic-Guided Navigation through Language in Embodied Environment},
  author={Dian Yu and C. Khatri and Alexandros Papangelis and Andrea Madotto and M. Namazifar and Joost and Huizinga and Adrien Ecoffet and Huaixiu Zheng and Piero Molino and J. Clune and Z. Yu and Kenji Sagae and G. Tur},
  booktitle={ViGIL@NeurIPS},
  year={2019}
}
  • Dian Yu, C. Khatri, +11 authors G. Tur
  • Published in ViGIL@NeurIPS 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Grounded language navigation tasks such as room navigation (e.g. “go to the kitchen“) and embodied question answering (e.g. “what color is the car?") in realistic 3D environments require the agent to be generalizable to unseen environments. However, previous research suggests that vision inputs do not contribute to multi-modality performances. Humans, on the other hand, utilize commonsense and semantic understanding of both language instruction and vision to navigate in new environments. In… CONTINUE READING
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