Facebook Research is developing touchy-feely curious robots – By Andrew Tarantola – Engadget

Facebook Research is developing touchy-feely curious robots – By Andrew Tarantola – Engadget

We’re tantalizingly close to AI with all five senses.  As a social media platform with global reach, Facebook leans extensively on its artificial intelligence and machine-learning systems to keep the site online and harmful content off it (at least, some of the time). Following its announcement at the start of the month regarding self-supervised learning, computer vision, and natural language processing, Facebook on Monday shared details about three additional areas of research that could eventually lead to more capable and curious AI.

“Much of our work in robotics is focused on self-supervised learning, in which systems learn directly from raw data so they can adapt to new tasks and new circumstances,” a team of researchers from FAIR (Facebook AI Research) wrote in a blog post. “In robotics,

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