🚀 AI Robot Breakthrough

Stanford AI's novel robotic solution improves flexibility and significantly cuts costs

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Fei-Fei Li's group at Stanford University has revealed an advanced AI technology that could lead to robots with fingers as agile as those of humans.

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Stanford AI makes robots as nimble as human fingers.

The image illustrates that the trained robotic arm is now as versatile as a human hand, capable of successfully completing tasks such as tea-making, which are typically challenging for most robotic arms.

Surprisingly, the complete human motion capture system powered by AI can be established with a mere $3,605.59 in hardware expenses. Typically, such systems can cost over $20,000, and the hourly rental charges can go into the hundreds of dollars. Nevertheless, even with these expenses, trained robots are still unable to carry out the tasks we witness today. How is this accomplishment attained?

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