While online learning has become one of the most successful and studied approaches in machine learning, in particular with reinforcement learning, online learning algorithms still interact with their environments in a very simple way.The complexity and diversity of the feedback coming from the environment in real applications is often reduced to the observation of a scalar reward. More and more researchers now seek to exploit fully the available feedback to allow faster and more human-like learning.This workshop aims to present a broad overview of the feedback types being actively researched, highlight recent advances and provide a networking forum for researchers and practitioners.
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Sat Jul 23 12:00 AM -- 12:00 AM (PDT) @ Room 314 - 315
Complex feedback in online learning