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Tuesday, February 02, 2010

€ 5,6M for Robot Learning

RoboEarth, a project led by TU Eindhoven, is intended to ensure that robots in industry and healthcare can learn from each other and thereby acquire new actions much faster. To this end a worldwide database will be set up from which newly learned actions can be downloaded. In the project, which has a budget of 5.6 million Euros, six European partners will be working together for the next four years.
The team will be making six demos, which will demonstrate the use of RoboEarth; the six include a robot that can offer patients in hospital a drink, and a system that will show how the knowledge gained by robot A can improve the performance of robot B.

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