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The development of artificial agents able to learn through dialog without domain restrictions has the potential to allow machines to learn how to perform tasks in a similar manner to humans and change how we relate to them. However, research in this area is practically nonexistent. In this paper, we identify the modifications required for a dialog system to be able to learn from the dialog and propose generic approaches that can be used to implement those modifications. More specifically, wearXiv:2202.03040v1 fatcat:723ekej7hfgzrbasdwvjyoifbu