An Extensible Language Interface for Robot Manipulation (Connell et. al.)

Added by Deon Garrett about 7 years ago

This paper describes our Extensible Language Interface (ELI) for robots. The system is intended to interpret far-field speech commands in order to perform fetch-and-carry tasks, potentially for use in an eldercare context. By “extensible” we mean that the robot is able to learn new nouns and verbs by simple interaction with its user. An associated video [1] illustrates the range of phenomena handled by our implemented real-time system.

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