Sunday, 26 April 2015

Cornell's robot barista learns as it brews

If robots are going to become part of our everyday lives, they'll need to learn to work with everyday things. That means being able to read instruction manuals and figuring out how to use new machines. That's the plan of researchers at Cornell University, who have programmed a robot barista that can not only make a latte, but figure out how to use an unfamiliar espresso maker... Continue Reading Cornell's robot barista learns as it brews

Section: Robotics

Tags: Coffee, Cornell University, Learning, Robotic, Robots

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