CSAIL invented deep-learning vision system that predicts human actions

Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab’s (CSAIL’s) deep-learning vision system predicted human interaction using videos of TV shows. Humans are quite efficient in anticipating human actions, but a machine does not know anything about human behavior, unless it is not trained to anticipate. Machines made with deep learning vision capability could transform future of robotics. If machines are installed with similar type of sense of prediction, they could be useful to men in number of ways. Future would be robotics age, when robot will surround us and assist us in variety of tasks. Their role will become more reliable if they could predict actions. The robots could be handled with more responsibility if they would anticipate. Robots with sense of prediction could be used to better navigate human environments, to…


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