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Emergent Multi-Agent Communication: The story so far

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Communication and coordination are central to the distinct effectiveness of humans. As the capabilities of artificial neural networks increase, researchers are studying whether these models can also learn to communicate and interact with the purpose of achieving a shared goal. In this talk, I review emergent communication studies starting from their pre-deep learning roots in game theory and philosophy of language. Next, I will talk about the most recent research at the intersection of modern multi-agent reinforcement learning and emergent languages. I will conclude with discussing open questions related to language compositionality.


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