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DeepMind Explores Deep RL for Brain and Behaviour Research

As a basis for modelling brain function, deep learning has in recent years been used to model systems in vision, audition, motor control, navigation, and cognitive control. In a new paper, DeepMind researchers call attention to another “fundamentally novel” development in AI research — deep reinforcement learning (deep RL) — which they believe also has vital implications for neuroscience…




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