Dogged Learning for Robots

  title={Dogged Learning for Robots},
  author={Daniel H. Grollman and Odest Chadwicke Jenkins},
  journal={Proceedings 2007 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation},
Ubiquitous robots need the ability to adapt their behaviour to the changing situations and demands they will encounter during their lifetimes. In particular, non-technical users must be able to modify a robot's behaviour to enable it to perform new, previously unknown tasks. Learning from demonstration is a viable means to transfer a desired control policy onto a robot and mixed-initiative control provides a method for smooth transitioning between learning and acting. We present a learning… CONTINUE READING
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