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i think this is pretty old now...

Agreed

the main components used make the "idea" function correctly are indeed programmed, i.e. the optical system / visual recognition, the motor movements of the hands / arms, are simply being stored in memory, watching the video it didn't seem some of the sensors were used, which i was surprised to see. looks like it was an impressive utilization of subroutines amongst other things.

imo, if you had enough cash you could do this in your garage.

I thought of doing a visual / voice recognition robotic system, doing the rifle manual for a build i have planned, but then i realized just the robotic arms would end up costing me around $10,000.

all this means is a lack of programming of the final task, but it's an elaborate display of, exactly how visual recognition software can be utilized.

Kudos to the people that worked on the project, the end result is impressive (knowing what is involved), but nothing new in terms of robotic technology / programming.
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Yay, we're one step closer to Skynet!

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Important to note, in my opinion anyway, that this is still a type of learning. Just because it is not the only facet of learning, does not make something like this irrelevant or null. We have a long way to go, as IBM has demonstrated with its work in this area.

i dont disagree. it is learning, or at least a part of the process. i think its a bit too strong of a word to call these robots "learning" robots. "teachable" is definitely a better term. learning implies that they understand.
    
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