Professor Develops New Real-Time Learning ROBOT

Professor Develops New Real-Time Learning ROBOT

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A professor working at Carnegie Melon University invented an almost human four-legged robot.

According to news agency United Press International, it can adapt in real-time and teach itself how to maneuver.

Moreover, the artificial intelligence robot learns to react to new situations the same way people do.

The robot features a new Rapid Motor Adaptation technology that seeks to change the norm.

In fact, the robot is the first learning-based system that doesn’t rely on hand-coded motions.

The professor said the RMA adapts robot joints in real-life to auto-adjust to changing situations.

Meanwhile, Spanish company BR5 has developed a robot that can cook paella, one of the most world-renowned dishes.

According to various news reports, some hotel chains and resorts outside Spain have expressed interest.

“[O]ur goal is to travel around the world and be able to eat the same rice,” said BR5 founder Enrique Lillo in an interview.

Lillo added that some amusement parks and resorts in Japan already have their own paella robot.

“In my opinion it’s a wonderful tool, and ‘Ole!’ for the developers because I loved it,” said Maria Munoz.

Munoz, who tasted the paella, works as a paella chef and director of “Cocinea” gastronomy school.

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