Graph-DQN: Fast Generalization To Novel Objects Using Prior Relational Knowledge

Humans have a remarkable ability to both generalize known actions to novel objects, and reason about novel objects once their relationship to known objects is understood. For example...

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Hanlin Tang

Principal Engineer, Artificial Intelligence Products Group

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Arjun Bansal

Vice President and General Manager, Artificial Intelligence Software and Lab at Intel

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Varun Kumar

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