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Learning Visuomotor Policies for Aerial Navigation Using Cross-Modal Representations

  title={Learning Visuomotor Policies for Aerial Navigation Using Cross-Modal Representations},
  author={Rogerio Bonatti and Ratnesh Madaan and Vibhav Vineet and S. Scherer and A. Kapoor},
  journal={arXiv: Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition},
  • Rogerio Bonatti, Ratnesh Madaan, +2 authors A. Kapoor
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • arXiv: Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
  • Machines are a long way from robustly solving open-world perception-control tasks, such as first-person view (FPV) aerial navigation. While recent advances in end-to-end Machine Learning, especially Imitation and Reinforcement Learning appear promising, they are constrained by the need of large amounts of difficult-to-collect labeled real-world data. Simulated data, on the other hand, is easy to generate, but generally does not render safe behaviors in diverse real-life scenarios. In this work… CONTINUE READING
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