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Teaching Robots to Learn - 08 Sep 2009
Teaching Robots to Learn - 08 Sep 2009
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September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, initialising robot on his computer during a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDI
September 07, 2009
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high,...
Bron, France
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre high, is seen at...
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, moves his arms during a demonstration at the INSERM institute in Bron, near Lyon, southeastern France, August 31, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken August 31, 2009. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JCW
September 07, 2009
Peter Ford Dominey, CNRS Director of Research, poses with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system...
Bron, France
Peter Ford Dominey, CNRS Director of Research, poses with ICub robot at the INSERM institute in Bron,...
Peter Ford Dominey, CNRS Director of Research, poses with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the INSERM institute in Bron, near Lyon, southeastern France, August 31, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken August 31, 2009. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDD
September 07, 2009
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high,...
Bron, France
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre high, is seen at...
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, moves his arms and legs during a demonstration at the INSERM institute in Bron, near Lyon, southeastern France, August 31, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken August 31, 2009. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDA
September 07, 2009
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high,...
Bron, France
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre high, is seen at...
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, makes a phone call during a demonstration at the INSERM institute in Bron, near Lyon, southeastern France, August 31, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness, no less. Picture taken August 31, 2009. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JD8
September 07, 2009
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high,...
Bron, France
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre high, is seen at...
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, moves his arms during a demonstration at the INSERM institute in Bron, near Lyon, southeastern France, August 31, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken August 31, 2009. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JCZ
September 07, 2009
Peter Ford Dominey, CNRS Director of Research, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied...
Bron, France
Peter Ford Dominey, CNRS Director of Research, makes a demonstration with ICub robot at the INSERM institute...
Peter Ford Dominey, CNRS Director of Research, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the INSERM institute in Bron, near Lyon, southeastern France, August 31, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken August 31, 2009. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDB
September 07, 2009
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high,...
Bron, France
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre high, is seen at...
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, makes a phone call during a demonstration at the INSERM institute in Bron, near Lyon, southeastern France, August 31, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken August 31, 2009. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JD4
September 07, 2009
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high,...
Bron, France
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre high, is seen at...
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, is seen at the INSERM institute in Bron, near Lyon, southeastern France, August 31, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken August 31, 2009. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDE
September 07, 2009
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high,...
Bron, France
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre high, is seen at...
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, moves his arms during a demonstration at the INSERM institute in Bron, near Lyon, southeastern France, August 31, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken August 31, 2009. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JD3
September 07, 2009
Peter Ford Dominey, CNRS Director of Research, poses with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system...
Bron, France
Peter Ford Dominey, CNRS Director of Research, poses with ICub robot at the INSERM institute in Bron,...
Peter Ford Dominey, CNRS Director of Research, poses with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the INSERM institute in Bron, near Lyon, southeastern France, August 31, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken August 31, 2009. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDS
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JE9
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, initialising robot on his computer during a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDO
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDW
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a "hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDM
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness, no less. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JE1
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, initialising robot on his computer during a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JDV
September 07, 2009
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting...
Paris, France
Vincent Padois, head tutor at Paris' University who teaches robotics, makes a demonstration with ICub...
Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub, makes a demonstration with ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
FRANCE-ROBOT/
RTR27JEH
September 07, 2009
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high,...
Paris, France
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high,...
ICub robot, a ?hybrid embodied cognitive system for a humanoid robot" about 1 metre (3.2 feet) high, is seen at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris September 4, 2009 during a demonstration by Vincent Padois, head tutor at the Pierre and Marie Curie University who teaches robotics and is babysitting the Paris ICub. Six versions of ICub exist in laboratories across Europe, where scientists are painstakingly tweaking its electronic brain to make it capable of learning, just like a human child and hoping it will learn how to adapt its behaviour to changing circumstances, offering new insights into the development of human consciousness. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE SCI TECH)
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