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"Star Wars"-Like Robots are Near...

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"Star Wars"-Like Robots are Near...

Berkeley pushed robotics innovation boundaries by using machine learning to teach a robot what to do. This will affect big data, cloud computing, and the IoT.

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Berkeley pushed the robotics innovation boundaries by using machine learning to teach a robot what to do via trial and error and without actually telling it what to do. This is an example of how pretty soon in many industries: big data, machine learning, cloud, robotics, apps on smart devices, etc. will come together in new ways. Robots and machine learning used to be separate sciences. Now computer vision, deep learning, etc. will all become apps on robots. Robots will share sensor data with clouds where big data storage and online machine learning will continue to improve algorithms and then push updated models back to the robots. Once a model is stable and predictable, you will be able to upload it as an app to a robot store and other robot lovers will be able to use it for new purposes. Combine this with SaaS services to learn from these new uses and there will be a continues circle of new uses generating new insights, leading to new uses, leading to new insights, etc.

Translation for the science fiction lovers: Star Wars like robots will come sooner than later…


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bigdata ,big data ,machine learning ,robots ,c3p0 ,droids ,iot

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