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University of Maryland computer scientist Yiannis Aloimonos (center) is developing robotic systems able to visually recognize objects and generate new behavior based on those observations. Photo credit: John T. Consoli
University of Maryland computer scientist Yiannis Aloimonos (center) is developing robotic systems able to visually recognize objects and generate new behavior based on those observations.
Photo credit: John T. Consoli

Most of us have at some point watched a video in order to learn how to do something. Our research shows that a robot can learn human actions by watching videos of humans performing those actions – in this case, learning to cook by watching cooking shows on YouTube.



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