Hi! I'm a researcher at the Allen Institute for AI and an undergraduate at the University of Washington in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science. I am interested in general solutions to problems in computer vision, reinforcement learning, and embodied AI.
Previously, I worked as a computer graphics developer in the Department of Athletics at The Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati, along with several other startups. While in high school, I studied machine learning at Georgia Tech.
A benchmarked visual navigation environment within AI2-THOR consisting of scenes in both simulation and real life.
The primary objective is to train agents in a simulation environment that can then act effectively in the real world.
Participants submit trained visual navigation models, which will be evaluated using a real robot in physical apartments
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