[ot][spam][crazy] draft: learning RL

Undiscussed Horrific Abuse, One Victim of Many gmkarl at gmail.com
Mon May 9 05:05:24 PDT 2022

> To represent normal goal behavior with maximization, the return function
>>>>>> needs to not only be incredibly complex, but also feed back to its own
>>>>>> evaluation, in a way not provided for in these libraries.
Daydreaming: I'm thinking of how in reality and normality, we have many
many goals going at once (most of them "common sense" and/or "staying being
a living human").  Similarly, I'm thinking of how with normal transformer
models, one trains according to a loss rather than a reward.

I'm considering what if it were more interesting when an agent _fails_ to
meet a goal. Its reward would usually be full, 1.0, but would multiply by
losses when goals are not met.

This seems much nicer to me.

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