Micropsi Industries' MIRAI is a robot control system designed for complex assembly tasks. MIRAI-controlled robots perform movements that react to minute changes in the environment, as perceived by the robot with cameras or force sensors.
The controller integrates position data from a robotic arm, force/torque sensor readings, and images from multiple cameras to generate movements in realtime.
Generating new skills with MIRAI is very different from traditional robot programming or teaching: It's about showing the robot how it's done, and then help it along as it rehearses and gets better. It really is like training a human worker.
Human demonstration allows the controller to pick up intuitions about how a successful completion of a task looks and feels.
Humans learn through observation, imitation, and repetition. So do robots controlled by MIRAI: They follow the guidance provided by human trainers, observe the patterns, and generalize to what makes a good movement.
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