Robot control software lets robots learn by watching

Robot control software lets robots learn by watching

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By Rich Pell

Vision-based robotic controller startup Deep Learning Robotics (DLR) has launched new robot control software that it claims is a breakthrough in the field of robotics. Introduced at CES, the software allows users to teach robots tasks in the most natural and intuitive way possible – by simply demonstrating the task.

The company says its advanced machine learning algorithms enable robots to learn by observing and mimicking human actions, eliminating the need for complex instructions. The user-friendly interface and adaptability to a wide range of robots and applications, from industrial manufacturing to home automation, makes it accessible for anyone to teach robots new tasks.

“We are excited to introduce this cutting-edge technology to the world,” says Aviv Vana, Marketing Director of DLR. “Our goal is to make it easy for anyone to unlock the full potential of robots, regardless of technical expertise. This revolutionary software will greatly expand the use and application of robots in various industries.”

The software is available now and compatible with a range of robotic platforms.


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