Emergence of Communication in an Interactive World with Consistent Speakers

  title={Emergence of Communication in an Interactive World with Consistent Speakers},
  author={Ben Bogin and Mor Geva and Jonathan Berant},
Training agents to communicate with one another given taskbased supervision only has attracted considerable attention recently, due to the growing interest in developing models for human-agent interaction. Prior work on the topic focused on simple environments, where training using policy gradient was feasible despite the non-stationarity of the agents during training. In this paper, we present a more challenging environment for testing the emergence of communication from raw pixels, where… CONTINUE READING
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