SOINN artificial brain can now use the internet to learn new things #DigInfo (Video)

Here's a robot video that I found interesting:



A group at Tokyo Institute of Technology, led by Dr. Osamu Hasegawa, has succeeded in making further advances with SOINN, their machine learning algorithm, which can now use the internet to learn how to perform new tasks. The system, which is under development as an artificial brain for autonomous mental development robots, is currently being used to learn about objects in photos using image searches on the internet. It can also take aspects of other known objects and combine them to make guesses about objects it doesn't yet recognize. (http://www.diginfo.tv/v/13-0032-r-en.php) 25/4/2013 Tokyo Institute of Technology DigInfo TV - http://www.diginfo.tv Robot That Can Learn, Think And Act By Itself (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OC2TTslf_YM)
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