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TF Agents & Dopamine #15
I agree with @abdel, it seems that Dopamine and TF-Agent strongly overlap. Although dopamine aims at being used for fast prototyping and benchmarking as the reproducibility has been put at the core of the project, whereas TF-Agent would be more used for production-level reinforcement learning algorithms. I would love seeing the two frameworks merging or at least having strong compatibilities to facilitate the move from prototyping to production-level code.
yeah, i think this would be a great thing to have. i imagine the use-case would almost exclusively be dopamine -> tf-agents, so we could focus on that without necessarily worrying about supporting the tf-agents -> dopamine direction.…
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