Roboticists Use Baby Behavior To Teach Robots

A team of researchers is using its knowledge of babies’ learning processes to teach robots. By Tyler MacDonald | Dec 01, 2015 06:15 PM EST By examining the way that babies learn from humans, roboticists are teaching robots how to learn from inference. (Photo : Twitter/StartupYou) We all know that babies learn about the world around them from humans, but now scientists from the  University of Washington have discovered that robots can learn in the same way, as demonstrated in their study which was published in the November edition of PLOS ONE. Although roboticists typically teach robots by writing code or moving their limbs in order to show them how to perform an action, the recent findings open up a whole new realm for “robot learning.” “You can look at this…

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