When Oracles Go Wrong: Using Preferences as a Means to Explore.

Sheidlower, Isaac S.

Short, Elaine Schaertl.


  • Keywords: human-robot interaction, interactive reinforcement learning.

    Topic: Computing methodologies / Artificial intelligence

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  • Isaac S. Sheidlower, and Elaine Schaertl Short. "When Oracles Go Wrong: Using Preferences as a Means to Explore." Companion of the 2021 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, 2021
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