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GoPro trains neural net to think like a dog

Researchers at the University of Washington are using GoPro cameras to train AI neural networks to behave and plan like dogs. By strapping a GoPro camera to an Alaskan Malamute's head, the team recorded 380 dog's-eye-view video clips which were then shown to the Neural Net to teach it how dogs are likely to behave in a given situation. The team calls this DECADE, or the Dataset of Ego-Centric Actions in a Dog Environment.

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Category: Science

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Dogs
  • Neural Network
  • University of Washington
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