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CraftAssist: A Framework for Dialogue-enabled Interactive Agents


Abstract

This paper describes an implementation of a bot assistant in Minecraft, and the tools and platform allowing players to interact with the bot and to record those interactions. The purpose of building such an assistant is to facilitate the study of agents that can complete tasks specified by dialogue, and eventually, to learn from dialogue interactions.

First two authors, Jonathan Gray and Kavya Srinet, are equal contributors to this paper.

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