Our lead story today demonstrated how Carnegie Mellon researchers are building a dataset of sounds to help robots detect specific objects.
“In the current work, we show how sound provides useful information that is hard to obtain otherwise,” lead researcher Lerrel Pinto told Tech Briefs. “In the future, we want to work on using this additional information to solve or improve real-world robotic tasks like say manipulating objects.”
What do you think? Will Sound Support Valuable Robotics Tasks?