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January 12, 2011 / Martijn

Mimic-Bots Learn to Do As We Do

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) researchers have developed a robotic system that responds to the actions of the person confronting it. The robot observes the person, analyzes the action, and stores it in its memory, all while making an appropriate response. The robot also develops a set of connections associated with a certain action, such as the action “throw” is connected to the object “ball.” The robot also can request more gestures from the human if it is confused by conflicting information.



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