AI-driven robot imitates your action at a glance

Jul 06, 2018, 8:37 AM EDT
(Source: thematthewknot/flickr)
(Source: thematthewknot/flickr)

Roboticists would better know the painstaking coding and calculations it takes to make dumb machines move an ounce of them in space. Artificial intelligence has just made things a lot simpler for them.

Two researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have developed a clawed robot that can imitate the action of humans just by watching the person do it once, notes Mail Online. This new attribute can revolutionize the way we communicate with robots and teach them a variety of menial tasks.

Until now, robots could learn by demonstration but not from humans but other robots as human limb movement is too complex for machines to track and imitate, writes Inverse.

TAGS: Robotics