What happened? Undoubtedly a huge step toward creating a Terminator-style cyborg that hunts mankind to extinction, a bipedal device named Cassie has become the first robot to span five kilometers in 53 minutes. With a single charge and without an internet connection
TechCrunch notes that Cassie is a digital robot delivery base created by Agility Robotics, an Oregon State University activity. I started this life as an ostrich delivering Cassie's robot in 2017.
A team from the Laboratory of Dynamic Robotics at The Ohio State University School of Engineering used a simulator to train someone to climb stairs without using a LIDAR or camera. Now, the same team has trained him to run a deep reinforcement learning algorithm, which allows the system to understand how his weight changes while running to stay upright. “Deep reinforcement learning is a powerful artificial intelligence technology that unleashes skills such as running, jumping, going up and down stairs,” said Yesh Godse, a graduate student.
It took 53 minutes and 3 seconds for someone to complete the run, and it took about 6.5 minutes. Troubleshooting for an overheated computer and after spinning it quickly, remove the robot by its legs. Cassie had a humanoid controller during the performance, so you don't have to worry that bots like Black Mirror are still patrolling the desert. Jonathan Hurst, professor of robotics at Ohio State University and founder of Agility Robotics, takes a more optimistic view: “In the not-too-distant future, everyone will see and interact with robots in their daily lives, the robots who work with us and improve our quality of life.”
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