“Every human being on this planet will be completely redundant within a decade.”

Deep learning system allows robots to learn just by observing a human


Tue, May 22nd, 2018 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

Cnet brings to attention a recent development by Nvidia which reports it has developed a first-of-its-kind deep learning-based system which would permit robots to learn a task simply by observing a human doing it.

"For robots to perform useful tasks in real-world settings, it must be easy to communicate the task to the robot; this includes both the desired result and any hints as to the best means to achieve that result," explained the researchers. "With demonstrations, a user can communicate a task to the robot and provide clues as to how to best perform the task."



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