With the rapid advance in machine learning in the recent years, the idea of enabling intelligent agents to communicate with each other and with humans is turning from a hot topic for philosophical debates into a practical engineering problem. Learning to communicate through interactions, rather than relying on explicit supervision, is often considered as a prerequisite for developing a general AI. I am going to present our recent work (https://openreview.net/pdf?id=SkaxnKEYg) that has been accepted to ICLR2017 workshop. If you are curious about how to efficiently teach agents to communicate with each other, you are welcome to attend my talk.


Serhii Havrylov, Ph.D. candidate at the University of Amsterdam