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“…Big Data can also facilitate learning in Computer Vision, by matching sensor data to 3D models in an online database. [14] The RoboEarth project stores data related to objects maps, and tasks, for applications ranging from object recognition to mobile navigation to grasping and manipulation (see Figure 1) [16].…”
Section: A Big-datamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Big Data can also facilitate learning in Computer Vision, by matching sensor data to 3D models in an online database. [14] The RoboEarth project stores data related to objects maps, and tasks, for applications ranging from object recognition to mobile navigation to grasping and manipulation (see Figure 1) [16].…”
Section: A Big-datamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Web-based databases of user-generated content, such as videos from YouTube, images from Flickr, and 3D models from Google 3D Warehouse, have begun to support the development of robots and technology relevant to robots (Klank et al 2009;Lai and Fox 2009;Kollar and Roy 2009;Kuffner 2010;Waibel et al 2011). More generally, research has shown that large datasets can lead to performance gains and make computationally simple methods effective (Torralba et al 2008;Halevy et al 2009).…”
Section: Broader Implicationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The challenge focuses on the following aspects: (1) there is no predefined order of actions to carry out; and (2) environmental reasoning is required to deduce unknown facts. In our example the unknown information consists of the specific locations of objects and locations, such as the 'Living room', 'Side table' etc.…”
Section: Basic Experimentsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The RoboEarth project [1] aims to provide robots with such storage and communication mechanisms, enabling the global sharing of information between robots required to efficiently and safely execute their instructed tasks. The information shared through RoboEarth consists out of the maps used for localization and navigation, the object models used for perception and navigation, object ontologies used for reasoning and classification, and task descriptions, or so called action recipes, that symbolically describe task related action sequences and constraints.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%