May 13, 2023

Princeton researchers help a bot tidy up using large language model

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, transportation

The team takes AI personalization to a whole new level.

Researchers at the School of Engineering at Princeton University have successfully deployed a large language model (LLM) to help a robotic manipulator make sense of instructions to tidy up a room.

Robotic arms, or manipulators, are great at performing assigned tasks. In a factory setup, the manipulator can assemble machine parts, paint cars and even carve sculptures. However, get one at home, and the robot is clueless. It could turn the house upside down for a simple instruction such as “tidy up the room.”

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