Teach your robot well (Georgia Tech shows how)

Within a decade, personal robots could become as common in U.S. homes as any other major appliance, and many if not most of these machines will be able to perform innumerable tasks not explicitly imagined by their manufacturers. This opens up a wider world of personal robotics, in which machines are doing anything their owners can program them to do—without actually being programmers.

Teach your robot well (Georgia Tech shows how)

Within a decade, personal robots could become as common in U.S. homes as any other major appliance, and many if not most of these machines will be able to perform innumerable tasks not explicitly ...

Thu 8 Mar 12 from Phys.org

Teach your robot well (Georgia Tech shows how), Thu 8 Mar 12 from Eurekalert

How to train your robot

Thu 8 Mar 12 from Ubergizmo

Teach your robot well

A new study identifies the types of questions a robot can ask during a learning interaction that are most likely to characterize a smooth and productive human-robot relationship.

Thu 8 Mar 12 from ScienceDaily

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