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STAIR: Hardware and Software Architecture

  title={STAIR: Hardware and Software Architecture},
  author={M. Quigley and Eric Berger and A. Ng},
The STanford Artificial Intelligence Robot (STAIR) project is a long-term group effort aimed at producing a viable home and office assistant robot. As a small concrete step towards this goal, we showed a demonstration video at the 2007 AAAI Mobile Robot Exhibition of the STAIR 1 robot responding to a verbal command to fetch an item. Carrying out this task involved the integration of multiple components, including spoken dialog, navigation, computer visual object detection, and robotic grasping… Expand

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