FREE WEBINAR: How Robots Can Learn to Move by Watching Humans
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
2:00 PM ET


Robot Learning to Move through Interaction with Humans

Robots have always moved based on programming, but new methods are being developed that train them to move through interaction with humans.

For years, robots have moved based on programming and coding that takes a long time to create and perfect with accuracy and speed. However, through the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning, new methods and approaches, such as Learning from Demonstration (LfD), are aiming to reduce this difficulty and enable even non-experts to teach new skills to robots effortlessly. 

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Reza Ahmadzadeh, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts Lowell

Keith Shaw

Editor-in-Chief, Robotics Business Review
What You Will Learn In This Free Webinar:
  •  Robot movement in structured environments.
  •  Moving in real-world situations.
  •  Traditional programming and its challenges.
  •  Robot learning from human-provided examples.
  •  Overview of the learning from demonstration approach.
  •  Expectations and open challenges.
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