2011 11th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots 2011
DOI: 10.1109/humanoids.2011.6100855
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Abstract: In this paper we report on a recent public experiment that shows two robots making pancakes using web instructions. In the experiment, the robots retrieve instructions for making pancakes from the World Wide Web and generate robot action plans from the instructions. This task is jointly performed by two autonomous robots: The first robot opens and closes cupboards and drawers, takes a pancake mix from the refrigerator, and hands it to the robot B. The second robot cooks and flips the pancakes, and then deliver… Show more

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“…For example, cookie-baking robots can locate ingredients, mix them in the correct order, and place the resultant dough in a baking tray [5] . These robots, equipped with operation/recipe libraries, can perform basic tasks such as picking up an object, putting it down or pouring [6] . Such robotics-based techniques are generally designed to replace manual processes in mass customization of food so as to reduce workload, save labor cost, and improve the efficiency of food manufacturing.…”
Section: Food Printing and Robotics-based Food Manufacturingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For example, cookie-baking robots can locate ingredients, mix them in the correct order, and place the resultant dough in a baking tray [5] . These robots, equipped with operation/recipe libraries, can perform basic tasks such as picking up an object, putting it down or pouring [6] . Such robotics-based techniques are generally designed to replace manual processes in mass customization of food so as to reduce workload, save labor cost, and improve the efficiency of food manufacturing.…”
Section: Food Printing and Robotics-based Food Manufacturingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(Tenorth et al, 2013a) suggest mining natural language "action recipes" as a way to specify tasks for service robots. In the domain of food recipes, there have already been several demonstrations (e.g., (Beetz et al, 2011;Bollini et al, 2013)) of robots automatically cooking meals based on recipes.…”
Section: Possible Applicationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…providing fast feedback-loops. In [4], the authors demonstrate the system by using a robot which downloads and parses a set of natural language instructions from a web page and translates these into a sketchy CRAM plan.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%