As a concept and as an initial lab demonstration, this seems to have promise.
But reading all the 'downsides' they really should have called it GRIP.
At this stage I can't help but think of Clippy.
Robots powered by neural networks are frustratingly brittle. They need to see numerous demonstrations of a specific task in simulation before they can begin to execute the same actions in the physical world. A new technique, however, promises to speed up the process. The researchers – from the University of Washington in the …
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