Learning to Navigate in Cities Without a Map

NeurIPS 2018 Piotr MirowskiMatthew Koichi GrimesMateusz MalinowskiKarl Moritz HermannKeith AndersonDenis TeplyashinKaren SimonyanKoray KavukcuogluAndrew ZissermanRaia Hadsell

Navigating through unstructured environments is a basic capability of intelligent creatures, and thus is of fundamental interest in the study and development of artificial intelligence. Long-range navigation is a complex cognitive task that relies on developing an internal representation of space, grounded by recognisable landmarks and robust visual processing, that can simultaneously support continuous self-localisation ("I am here") and a representation of the goal ("I am going there")... (read more)

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