Artificial Intelligence

Old dog training methods teach robots new tricks

Positive reinforcement is helping to programme robots. Image: REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Jill Rosen

Senior Media Relations Representative, John Hopkins University

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With a technique used to train dogs, researchers showed a robot how to teach itself new tricks, including stacking blocks. Image: IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters

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