[2001.02366] What can robotics research learn from computer vision research?contact arXivarXiv Twitter

The computer vision and robotics research communities are each strong. However progress in computer vision has become turbo-charged in recent years due to big data, GPU computing, novel learning algorithms and a very effective research methodology. By comparison, progress in robotics seems slower. It is true that robotics came later to exploring the potential of learning -- the advantages over the well-established body of knowledge in dynamics, kinematics, planning and control is still being debated, although reinforcement learning seems to offer real potential. However, the rapid development of computer vision compared to robotics cannot be only attributed to the former's adoption of deep learning. In this paper, we argue that the gains in computer vision are due to research methodology -- evaluation under strict constraints versus experiments; bold numbers versus videos.

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Date: 2020/01/20 20:20

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@iandanforth Inspired by the latest ImportAI (@jackclarkSF) and t.co/xXTedFmUEC (@RoboticVisionAU) I'd like to take a moment to talk about Waldoing. Waldoing is the remote operation of a robotic manipulator by a human. 1/n

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