Corpus ID: 219708374

Learning About Objects by Learning to Interact with Them

  title={Learning About Objects by Learning to Interact with Them},
  author={M. Lohmann and J. Salvador and Aniruddha Kembhavi and R. Mottaghi},
  • M. Lohmann, J. Salvador, +1 author R. Mottaghi
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • ArXiv
  • Much of the remarkable progress in computer vision has been focused around fully supervised learning mechanisms relying on highly curated datasets for a variety of tasks. In contrast, humans often learn about their world with little to no external supervision. Taking inspiration from infants learning from their environment through play and interaction, we present a computational framework to discover objects and learn their physical properties along this paradigm of Learning from Interaction… CONTINUE READING
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