Reinforcement learning for extended reality: designing self-play scenarios
- Leonardo Espinosa Leal, Business Management and Analytics, Arcada University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finland
- Anthony Chapman, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
- Magnus Westerlund, Business Management and Analytics, Arcada University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finland
AbstractA common problem for deep reinforcement learning networks is a lack of training data to learn specific tasks through generalization. In this review, we look at extended reality, a promising but often overlooked field, for training agents using reinforcement learning. We review several techniques from the literature and then synthesize the information in order to propose a recommended design. Meta learning offers an important way forward, but the agents ability to perform self-play is considered crucial for achieving successful AI. Therefore, we focus on improving self-play scenarios for teaching self-learning agents, by providing a supportive environment for improved agent-environment interaction.
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