Launching Deep Reinforcement Learning Course v2.0
A free course in Deep Reinforcement Learning from beginner to expert.
🎉 I’m happy to announce the launch of the new version of the Deep Reinforcement Learning Course 🥳, a free course from beginner to expert where you learn to master the skills and architectures you need, to become a deep reinforcement learning expert with Tensorflow and PyTorch.
Since the launch of the first version in 2018, we had more than 40,000 claps, 2,500 GitHub stars.
Since then, a lot of breakthroughs happened in Deep RL. New libraries were published and some of our implementations become obsolete. That’s why, in order to keep up the pace of the breakthrough, we publish this new version.
What this new version will look like?
The foundations will be composed of 10 chapters each about an architecture or a topic, each of them will be an article and a video.
You can check the syllabus on the Deep Reinforcement Learning Course’s website.
- Introduction to Reinforcement Learning
- Deep Q-Learning
- Improvements in Deep Q-Learning
- Policy Gradients Methods
- Actor Critic Methods (A3C, A2C)
- Proximal Policy Optimization (PPO)
- Soft-Actor Critic (SAC)
- Curiosity Driven Learning
- Curiosity through Random Network Distillation
As for the first version, for each chapter, we will explain deeply the topic and the mathematical details behind it.
And then, we’ll dive on a complete implementation of the agent with Tensorflow and PyTorch.
The chapters will be published on this blog, don’t forget to follow it:
Deep Reinforcement Learning Course
This course is a series of articles and videos where you’ll master the skills and architectures you need, to become a…
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Top-level tutorials on Level Design in Unity, AI in games (deep reinforcement learning) and Indie Game Dev Advices. If…
You can check the syllabus in the official Deep Reinforcement Learning Course’s website.
A new course, means new implementations, this time we will use 2 libraries: TensorFlow 2.0 and PyTorch.
And we will use new environments:
- Unity ML-Agents
- Minecraft (MineRL)
- Super Mario Bros, Sonic the Hedgehog (OpenAI Retro)
- Doom (Vizdoom)
In addition to the foundations of deep reinforcement learning, we will study how to implement AI in real video games using Deep RL.
To do that, we’re going to use 2 game engines:
What’s the schedule?
The pace is 2 videos/articles per week:
One video and its associated article on Tuesday
One on Saturday
Again, to be sure to not miss any of the new chapters and videos, don’t forget to:
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Back in April 2018 when I launched my first article about Introduction to RL I didn’t know that it will become one of the biggest RL courses online and a GitHub repository with 2.400 GitHub stars. For that, I want to thank you . Though I receive a lot of emails every day and unfortunately I can’t reply to all I try to do better everyday on this issue. My apologies to people who didn’t receive any response.
I really hope that you will like this new version of the course. This is made for you. As consequence, we’re always pleased to receive some feedback 📝.
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Keep learning, stay awesome,