DeformableRavens — New Google AI Toolbox for Robotics

Recently Google AI team presented a set of neural networks, allowing robots to be trained to move one-, two- and three-dimensional deformable objects. The code opens up opportunities for increasing the level of automation in manufacturing.

set of Google AI neural networks for teaching robots to move deformable objects
An example of a trained Transporter Network policy in action on the bag-items-1 task. Source: arxiv

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Mikhail Raevskiy

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Bioinformatician at Oncobox Inc. (@oncobox). Research Associate

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