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In November of 2005, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency initiated a new robotics program, Learning Locomotion, designed to solve some of the key outstanding issues. The expectation was that a combination of machine learning techniques and smart development would accelerate the pace of making autonomous legged systems robust and useful.
Research teams use common robots and machine learning to teach the robots outdoor navigation and locomotion skills.
Eric Krotkov Toyota Research Institute, Cambridge, MA 02142 e-mail: Eric.Krotkov@TRI.global Douglas Hackett Hackett Insight, Fort Washington, PA 19034 Larry Jackel North-C Technologies, Holmdel, NJ 07733 Michael Perschbacher RovnoTech, Springfield, VA 22153 James Pippine Golden Knight Technologies, Chantilly, VA 20151 Jesse Strauss Strategic Analysis,… (More)