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Housekeeping Humanoid System Can Cook, Clean

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A robot does the cooking.

The researchers say the robot can be easily trained to do multiple activities, like cooking shrimp or organizing things in your house.

Credit: Mobile Aloha

A humanoid robotic system developed by researchers at Stanford University, Google DeepMind, University of California, Berkeley, and Meta could be trained to perform various household tasks, including cooking and organizing.

The AI-powered Mobile Aloha system achieves whole-body control thanks to the integration of a mobile base and a comprehensive teleoperation interface.

Its performance in mobile manipulation tasks is up to 90% better than that of traditional robotic systems through a combination of supervised behavior cloning and 50 demonstrations per task.

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