There are plenty of researchers working on perfecting ways to train robots to perform tasks. Matei Ciocarlie’s Robotic Manipulation and Mobility (ROAM) lab is working on robots that can interact with the world in a more natural fashion. The below video shows a robotic arm that can be controlled with hand movement thanks to a smart glove.
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