Training interactive robots may one day be an easy job for everyone, even those without programming expertise. Roboticists are developing automated robots that can learn new tasks solely by observing humans. At home, you might someday show a domestic robot how to do routine chores. In the workplace, you could train robots like new employees, showing them how to perform many duties.
Making progress on that vision, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have designed a system that lets these types of robots learn complicated tasks that would otherwise stymie them with too many confusing rules.
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