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Kaggle is limited to only supervised learning problems. There used to be www.rl-competition.org but they've stopped.

Is there anything else I can do other than locally trying out different algorithms for various RL problems?

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    $\begingroup$ I like the Flatland challenge which is multi-agent reinforcement learning problem about controlling trains in a map. Other tasks are given here $\endgroup$ – Manuel Rodriguez Nov 18 at 16:13
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    $\begingroup$ If only you asked a few weeks ago! AWS DeepRacer Challenge on Udacity ended recently. But if you never used AWS before, I think you get some free credit (30 or 100 USD) once you open your account, and you can try out DeepRacer yourself. udacity.com/aws-deepracer-scholarship $\endgroup$ – serali Nov 18 at 17:04
  • $\begingroup$ You could try using a Reinforcement Learning approach in an appropriate "Supervised" Kaggle competition, to beat other people that are using a purely Supervised ML approach. If you win, you'll get exposure in the winners blog and you can talk about your use of RL. And if you don't win, you could share your notebook publicly and inspire others, start discussions and even get points on your notebook that go towards your ranking (notebook ranking, but still, ranking). Good luck, I hope this helps. $\endgroup$ – Elegant Code Nov 19 at 17:05
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There is not only reinforcement learning competitions but some are : https://www.aicrowd.com/challenges

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    $\begingroup$ Hi. Maybe you should at least enumerate some RL challenges we can find there. $\endgroup$ – nbro Nov 18 at 18:05
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OpenAI has leaderboards for their gym-environments, if you want to compete with other people on runtime and efficiency.

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    $\begingroup$ I guess this works too. But I was looking for something like Kaggle, just centered around RL. $\endgroup$ – Dhanush Giriyan Nov 18 at 17:41

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