Little Robot Learns to Walk in 4 Hours [Video]

Little robot Leo starts his learning on how to walk as slowly as a human toddler. Yet, with a fully functioning computing capacity and an enhanced understanding of learning from failure, Leo manages to learn how to walk, without falling over in about four hours. Check out this TU Delft experiment video by Erik Schuitema of the Delft Biorobotics Laboratory below. I find this both cute and fascinating. Good job!


YouTube: TU Delft robot Leo learns to walk

Photo credit: TU Delft

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One thought on “Little Robot Learns to Walk in 4 Hours [Video]

  • July 6, 2017 at 2:10 am
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    Cute but the video is 5 years old. What can that little robot do now?

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