Dopamine was developed at Google as a platform to showcase the company's latest advances in DRL. Of course, there are also other groups at Google doing the same thing, so it is perhaps a testament to how varied these platforms still are and need to be. In the next exercise, we will use Google Colab to build an example that uses Dopamine on the cloud to train an agent.
To access all of the features on Colab, you will likely need to create a Google account with payment authorized. This likely means entering a credit or debit card. The plus here is that Google provides $300 US in credits to use the GCP platform, of which Colab is one small part.
Open your browser to colab.research.google.com and follow the next exercise: ...
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