Dagstuhl Workshop: Learning paradigms in dynamic environments

I am off to a Dagstuhl workshop entitled Learning paradigms in dynamic environments. The short summary of some of the main goals of this workshop:

Two problem areas which focus on the problem complex and can be fruitfully addressed within the limited time span of a seminar are the autonomous development and learning of structures and modularity, and the investigation of implicit biases, priors and problem shaping in natural problems which allow humans to efficiently tackle dynamic problems.

If you’ve followed some of my earlier technical posts, you will know that I consider the problem of robust autonomy in a truly dynamic environment to be one of the big issues within AI. So, I am quite excited to hear what folks have to say on this topic. I will also eventually post a link to the slides associated with my own talk at this meeting.


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