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Training Robotic Servants
robot training
Customizing out-of-the-box robots for everyday life
By John Edwards


Integrating robots into everyday life, says that active learning—giving robots more control over the information they receive—might prove to be the key to faster and easier robot training. Georgia Tech research aims at allowing end-users to program new capabilities on their personal robots.

Such robots can assist users in everyday tasks ranging from household chores to delivering items around an office or factory.

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