[Sho Sakaino] End to End Learning for Unknown Object Manipulation Using position and Force Information

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Sho Sakaino

Saitama University
Gradiate School of Sciene and Engineering
Assistant Professor

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Manipulation of unknown objects whose shapes, rigidity, and so on are not identified in advanced, is a big problem for robotization of manual labor. In this research, position control, which is robust against disturbances, and force control, which has excellent adaptability against environments, are integrated to construct object manipulation AI. First data related to object manipulation is collected. Then, actions of robots are directly leaned from the dataset.

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