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Facebook is creating photorealistic homes for AIs to work and learn in

Facebook is creating photorealistic homes for AIs to work and learn in

June 14th, 2019|Tags: , |

On Friday June 14, 2019, Devin Coldewey at TechCrunch wrote:
If AI-powered robots are ever going to help us out around the house, they're going to need a lot of experience navigating human environments. Simulators, virtual worlds that look and behave just like real life are the best place for them to learn, and Facebook has created one of the most advanced s…

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  • "It's a bit strange to hear that the world's leading social network is pursuing research in robotics rather than, say, making search useful, but Facebook is a big organization with many competing priorities. And while these robots aren't directly going to affect your Facebook experience, what the co…". (May 20, 2019)
  • "If you've ever seen a lamp or chair that you liked and wished you could just take a picture and find it online, well, GrokStyle let you do that — and now the company has been snatched up by Facebook to augment its own growing computer vision department". (February 9, 2019)