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I would like to add a short ~1-3 minute video to a presentation, to demonstrate how Reinforcement Learning is used to solve problems. I am thinking something like a short gif of an agent playing an Atari game, but for my audience it would probably be better to have something more manufacturing/industry based.

Does anyone know any good sources where I could find some stuff like this?

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    $\begingroup$ Does your presentation need to be stand-alone? Google Slides can embed YouTube videos very simply. I did just that for a presentation on RL recently, and simply used YouTube's search. The advanced version lets you select short clips. DeepMind, OpenAI and others upload clips there. $\endgroup$ – Neil Slater Aug 10 at 9:53
  • $\begingroup$ @NeilSlater I'm not sure what the format has to be actually -- I was using Overleaf but if my supervisor says it is okay then I can check out Google slides. Thanks! $\endgroup$ – David Ireland Aug 10 at 10:37
  • $\begingroup$ Please, have a look at this, this, this and this question. If any of those answers answer your question, let me know $\endgroup$ – Arpit-Gole Sep 14 at 5:01
  • $\begingroup$ @Arpit-Gole no, these look like sources to lectures etc. I'm not looking for lectures/resources for learning, I want a video demonstration e.g. of a robotic hand that was trained by RL. $\endgroup$ – David Ireland Sep 14 at 13:15
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You can take some ideas from this YouTube video .

In addition, you should consider that page which is about Deep Reinforcement Learning used in a game (Pong from Pixels) .

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    $\begingroup$ Thanks — I’ll get back to you once I check these out! $\endgroup$ – David Ireland Aug 17 at 22:43

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