A humanoid robot Ph.D. thesis explained to non scientists

Miguel González-Fierro, Thrishantha Nanayakkara and Carlos Balaguer
Oct. 7, 2014

It is sometimes difficult for us as scientist to explain our research to the general public. The aim of this post is to throw some light on what I did in my Ph.D. thesis in a easy to understand language. The purpose of the research was to make a small humanoid robot perform a series of complex postural tasks using a machine learning technique called learning from demonstration.


ph.d. thesis; humanoid robot; machine learning

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