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NVIDIA's New AI Can Learn By Watching Humans

Posted On: May 21, 2018   |   Posted By: Android Headlines

NVIDIA's researchers have created a new artificial intelligence technique meant to train robots to perform a task by first analyzing and learning from human actions before mimicking them. The researchers, led by Stan Birchfield and Jonathan Tremblay, used NVIDIA's TITAN X GPUs to teach a series of neural networks that incorporated perception, program generation, and execution.
The goal of the new method is to allow robots to interact with humans in a workplace and improve how they communicate with one another in real-world environments. To train neural networks, the new AI technique uses synthetic data so that robots can simulate a human demonstration by generating a description of the steps needed to perform the task on their own. The description is readable to humans as there might be a need later to check whether the robot accurately interpreted the human action and make the necessary corrections before the robots execute a particular task. The researchers also used an image-centric domain...

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