Robots learning to grasp objects

November 15, 2006 by
Filed under: robots 

The Stanford news service writes about robots learning to grasp objects. The complexity of this takes involves several research areas in addition to machine learning such as speech processing, navigation, manipulation, planning, reasoning and vision. The author of this interesting article states that “the ultimate aim for artificial intelligence is to build a robot that can create and execute plans to achieve a goal“. Although this is an exciting aim, it is certainly not easy to achieve. Can you imagine the diversity of everyday actions to learn to obtain a realistic behavior. Finally, I hope that the created plans to achieve a goal will not be the sames as the ones chosen by the artificial intelligence in the movie I, Robot

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