SBER and Microsoft have developed a robot management system
The system allows you to "train robots to manipulate physical objects of non-permanent shape almost in the same way as people do"
/NOVOSTIVL/ SBER and the research division of the American Corporation Microsoft have developed a robot control system based on artificial intelligence technology for their interaction with various objects. This is stated in a message published on Monday in the Microsoft blog.
The companies showed a video showing a robot manipulator unloading bags of coins from a box for further processing. The researchers found that for the robot, the task is complicated by the fact that the weight of the bags can reach 6 kg, they all have different shapes, and their center of gravity changes. It is reported that the developed system allows the manipulator with a probability of more than 95% from the first time to cope with unloading the bag. It can be used in other areas, including logistics, oil production, or rescue operations.
SBER and Microsoft Research note that they have developed a system that allows " training robots to manipulate physical objects of non-permanent shape almost in the same way as people do."
The start of cooperation on this project was announced in October 2019. The main goal "was to develop a robotic system that could interact with people in a changing environment, free employees from routine work and provide an increased level of security during operations."
The project was developed by specialists from the sbera robotics Laboratory in Moscow, as well as Microsoft Research employees in California and Washington.