Dactyl: Robot Hand Masters Rubik’s Cube Solving with OpenAI Training – Video

Dactyl: Robot Hand Masters Rubik’s Cube Solving with OpenAI Training – Video

OpenAI’s latest achievement with Dactyl, the robot hand, is truly impressive. By learning to solve a Rubik’s Cube one-handed, this innovative technology has showcased the power of reinforcement learning in tackling real-world problems that require advanced dexterity.

What sets this feat apart is the fact that Dactyl was able to handle unforeseen challenges, such as being disrupted by a stuffed giraffe, during its training. This demonstrates the versatility and adaptability of the system, making it a promising tool for a wide range of manipulative tasks.

Since OpenAI began its journey to train a robotic hand for Rubik’s Cube manipulation in 2017, the progress made has been remarkable. The ultimate goal is to develop general-purpose robots that can handle various objects and shapes with ease, without the need for human intervention.

As we look towards the future, the possibilities seem endless. With continued advancements in AI and robotics, we can expect to see even more complex tasks being solved effortlessly. Subscribe to OpenAI for more updates on Dactyl and other groundbreaking projects in the world of robotics.

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Video Transcript

[Applause] open AI announced that Dettol the robot has learned to solve a Rubik’s Cube one-handed this proves that reinforcement learning isn’t just a tool for virtual tasks but can solve physical world problems requiring unprecedented dexterity the system can handle situations it never saw during training such as being disturbed by a stuffed

Giraffe open AI has been trying to train a robotic hand to solve the Rubik’s Cube since May 2017 by using neural networks doing such complex manipulation tasks successfully lays the foundation for general-purpose robots our system can learn to manipulate objects of all kinds of shapes without any additional human

Health we hope that with this approach we can solve more and more complex tasks in the future so that we can go even further beyond what today’s hand programmed robots can do subscribe for daily robot videos

Video “Dactyl – Robot Hand has learned to solve Rubik’s cube – OpenAI” was uploaded on 10/16/2019 to Youtube Channel Robot Reporters