Our reading group consist in a person leading the paper presentation with the aim at fostering live discussions and critics on the ideas and methods proposed, with the goal to understand the why and the how a particular paper is interesting.
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|Date||Presenter||Paper or topic||Link|
|Jan 17||Jenny||Fine-Tuning Language Models from Human Preferences||paper|
|Jan 24||Yuval Tassa (GUEST TALK)||Predictive Sampling: Real-time Behaviour Synthesis with MuJoCo||paper|
|Jan 31||Daniele||Dreamer v3 - Mastering Diverse Domains through World Models||website|
|Feb 7||Shengran||Inner Monologue: Embodied Reasoning through Planning with Language Models||website|
|Feb 14||Rui||Discovering faster matrix multiplication algorithms with reinforcement learning||paper|
|Feb 21||--||READING WEEK BREAK|
|Feb 28||Niloofar||PADL: Language-Directed Physics-Based Character Control||paper|
|Mar 7||-||CANCELLED FOR FACULTY TALK|
|Mar 14||Aaron||In-context Reinforcement Learning with Algorithm Distillation||paper|
|Mar 21||Amit Bermano (GUEST TALK)|
|Mar 28||Nick||Magnetic control of tokamak plasmas through deep reinforcement learning||paper|
|Apr 4||Yuni||ALAN : Autonomously Exploring Robotic Agents in the Real World||website|