Shikhar Bahl, Deepak Pathak and Abhinav Gupta of Carnegie Mellon University Develop an algorithm for learning robots by imitating humans in nature (In-the-Wild Human Imitating Robot Learning) or WHIRL to teach robots to work by observing what people do
WHIRL Help robots gain knowledge from videos showing human interactions with objects and apply that information to new tasks. Make it suitable for learning to do housework. Researchers have attached cameras to the robots. and use an algorithm So that the robot can learn to perform more than 20 tasks in the natural environment.
In each case, the robot will watch the human perform one task at a time. Then practice and learn to complete tasks on your own. Instead of waiting for the robots to be programmed or trained to complete tasks before they can be used in people’s homes. This technology allows us to send robots to our homes. and let them learn how to get the job done. and adapting to the environment by looking only
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