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Use when requesting examples of research or links to research papers. For example, "Looking for published research about X" or "What are good examples of Y in research?".

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Welcome to AI.SE @EdouardLopez! Because Boston Dynamics is a private, for profit, company, we cannot know for sure how they achieve their results. However, we can examine the available public informa …
answered Sep 25 by John Doucette
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I'll recommend two sources: The venerable Russell & Norvig book, which is a common text in AI courses. Russell & Norvig end each chapter with a summary of the history of the developments of the tech …
answered Oct 27 by John Doucette
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The other answers cover modern work on this, but it's not even a new topic! Koza's work in 1992 led to whole sub-fields doing this. The techniques are widely used, robust, and well understood. They'r …
answered Aug 1 '18 by John Doucette
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Welcome to AI.SE ks.and1. What you're describing could be related to several areas, but since you are looking only for some keywords, I'll suggest some: You might be interested in anytime learning, …
answered Mar 14 by John Doucette
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If you have stero pairs, and you can identify the objects in the scene, you do not need a neural network, you can just use triangulation. If you need to identify which objects in the scene are the s …
answered 19 hours ago by John Doucette
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There's not really a good textbook yet, but there are more resources than I expected for this topic, so I'll list them as an answer here: MIT offers a course in this. The slides and lecture videos a …
answered Aug 6 '18 by John Doucette
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Nice Question! This is a perennial topic of discussion among AI researchers. The short answer is "we don't really know which topics are hard in general, but we do know which we haven't got good techn …
answered Sep 6 '18 by John Doucette