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Although humans live in an open-ended world and endlessly face new challenges, they do not have to learn from scratch each time they face the next one. Rather, they have access to a handful of previously learned skills, which they rapidly adapt to new situations. In artificial intelligence, autotelic agents, which are intrinsically motivated to represent and set their own goals, exhibit promising skill adaptation capabilities. However, these capabilities are highly constrained by their policyarXiv:2204.05141v1 fatcat:pb44nkgtxzbbrk62ox2cdnoy7m