Reinforcement learning

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Recently, reinforcement learning and deep neural networks have opened up new ways to think about representing a 3D scene. Two key elements that relate to the ideas discussed here are that they do not represent the scene using 3D coordinates and the representation is task-dependent. A good example is Zhu et al.