The goal of reinforcement learning is to train agents that interact with their environment to solve complex tasks, with real-world applications ranging from robotics, self-driving cars, real-time bidding and more. From one angle we need to develop algorithms to solve tasks, but from another we need to build an RL environment that will mimic real-world problems. As of now, there are a number of professional developed RL environments that researchers can use to develop and compare RL algorithms. The main purpose of this workshop is to review the most common RL toolkits.
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Photographer: Xingtong Li