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The authors of the paper Learning Robust Rewards with Adversarial Inverse Reinforcement Learning (2018, published in ICRL), which introduced the inverse RL technique AIRL, argue that GAIL fails to generalize to different environment's dynamics. Specifically, in section 7.2 (p. 7), they describe an experiment where they disable and shrink the two front legs ...


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The original wavenet and the implementation you linked to is globally conditioned on speaker embeddings, which means that the network was given a unique identifier for the person speaking each time it trained on an audio clip. This allows the network to learn to mimic the voice of each person in the training data, but it only learns their voices, not ...


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