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Microsoft teaches robots how to deal with groups and draw from memory

09
Apr
2014

Us humans are good at predicting how people will behave, particularly in groups, but artificial intelligence routines still have trouble dealing with much more than controlled, one-on-one discussions. Theyll be far more flexible if Microsofts Situated Interaction project pays off, though. The research initiative has produced sensor-equipped robots that can not only recognize multiple people, but infer their objectives and roles.

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