How robots learn to make decisions

NewIn: Majid Khadiv

Majiod Khadiv is convinced: ’If you keep trying something long enough and
Majiod Khadiv is convinced: ’If you keep trying something long enough and believe in it, it will eventually work out.’
Majid Khadiv wants to develop robots that can do dangerous work for humans. Tasks such as putting out fires are still too complex for humanoid robots. In this episode of NewIn, our new Professor of AI Planning in Dynamic Environments explains how this can change with the help of machine learning.

Majid Khadiv’s goal has a name: ’Automan’. The Autonomous Humanoid Robot is designed to perceive its environment, react to changes, and make and execute decisions independently. "I aim to use machine learning to enable robots to relieve people of repetitive or dangerous tasks," says the Professor of AI Planning Khadiv. ...
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