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Metacontrol of reinforcement learning
mardi 01 octobre 2019

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Conférence de Sam Gersham dans le cadre du Colloquium du département d'Etudes Cognitives de l'ENS

Modern theories of reinforcement learning posit two systems competing for control of behavior: a "model-free" or "habitual" system that learns cached state-action values, and a "model-based" or  "goal-directed" system that learns a world model which is then used to plan actions. I will argue that humans can adaptively invoke model-based computation when its benefits outweigh its costs. A simple meta-control learning rule can capture the dynamics of this cost-benefit analysis. Neuroimaging evidence points to the role of cognitive control regions in this computation. The theory also resolves a number of puzzling observations about controller arbitration in the brain.

Thèmes : Sciences cognitives
Catégories: Colloquium du DEC

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Sam Gershman
Harvard

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