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Stanford researchers propose AI that figures out how to use real-world objects

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✍️ Author: @Kyle_L_Wiggers

🔖 Topics: AI

🏢 Organizations: Stanford

One longstanding goal of AI research is to allow robots to meaningfully interact with real-world environments. In a recent paper, researchers at Stanford and Facebook took a step toward this by extracting information related to actions like pushing or pulling objects with movable parts and using it to train an AI model. For example, given a drawer, their model can predict that applying a pulling force on the handle would open the drawer.

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