Bots using MIT's neural network can teach themselves how to manipulate objects they've never seen

Tom Allen
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Bots using MIT's neural network can teach themselves how to manipulate objects they've never seen

The system learns just from seeing the objects

Robotic vision is key to taking process automation out of factories and into homes. The technology is already being used on assembly lines, for bots to ‘see' the items that they're working with and...

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