- In my interactions with Chinese government officials, they demonstrated remarkably keen understanding of the issues surrounding AI and international security. It is clear that China’s government views AI as a high strategic priority and is devoting the required resources to cultivate AI expertise and strategic thinking among its national security community. This includes knowledge of U.S. AI policy discussions. I believe it is vital that the U.S. policymaking community similarly prioritize cultivating expertise and understanding of AI developments in China.
- Russian internet trolls appear to be shifting strategy in their efforts to disrupt the 2020 U.S. elections, promoting politically divisive messages through phony social media accounts instead of creating propaganda themselves, cybersecurity experts say.
Work on SASO paper – started
Rachel’s dungeon run is tomorrow! Maybe cross 10,000 posts?
Look at using BERT and the full Word2Vec model for analyzing posts
- To really understand the need for a hierarchical structure in the learning algorithm and in order to make the bridge between RL and HRL, we need to remember what we are trying to solve: MDPs. HRL methods learn a policy made up of multiple layers, each of which is responsible for control at a different level of temporal abstraction. Indeed, the key innovation of the HRL is to extend the set of available actions so that the agent can now choose to perform not only elementary actions, but also macro-actions, i.e. sequences of lower-level actions. Hence, with actions that are extended over time, we must take into account the time elapsed between decision-making moments. Luckily, MDP planning and learning algorithms can easily be extended to accommodate HRL.