Endowing Robots with Longer-term Autonomy by Recovering from External Disturbances in Manipulation through Grounded Anomaly Classification and Recovery Policies

Robot manipulation is increasingly poised to interact with humans in co-shared workspaces. Despite increasingly robust manipulation and control algorithms, failure modes continue to exist whenever models do not capture the dynamics of the unstructured environment... (read more)

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