I'm a last year PhD student, currently writing my thesis, at INRIA Bordeaux under the supervision of Pierre-Yves Oudeyer.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My topics of interests include developmental psychology and developmental robotics: we try to create curious robots that learn like children, both to inform, make hypothesis and predictions on children learning mechanisms, and to come up with robots better able to learn in complex child-like environments. In particular, we are interested in the development of tool-use and vocal skills and we implement curiosity-driven learning mechanisms for robots to develop those skills.
I wrote a tutorial on exploration algorithms, with comparisons of several concepts (Motor Babbling, Goal Babbling, Model Babbling). This Jupyter notebook can either be read-only, or tested interactively (so that you can study new parameters) if you download the Github repository and run the notebook with Jupyter.
- Our paper at ICLR 2018: Unsupervised Learning of Goal Spaces for Intrinsically Motivated Goal Exploration
- Our arXiv paper on Intrinsically Motivated Goal Exploration Processes with Automatic Curriculum Learning
- Poster presentations at CogSci 2017, LCICD 2017, ICDL 2017, IMOL 2017, ETF 2018 explaining this paper on speech and tool use learning
- We got a Notable Mention for our Demonstration at NIPS 2016 ! Here is a video.
- Talks at ICDL 2016, LCICD 2016, CogSci 2016, IROS 2016