Controlling Assistive Robots with Learned Latent Actions

ICRA, pp. 378-384, 2019.

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Assistive robots enable users with disabilities to perform everyday tasks without relying on a caregiver. Unfortunately, the very dexterity that makes these arms useful also makes them challenging to control: the robot has more degrees-of-freedom (DoFs) than the human can directly coordinate with a handheld joystick. Our insight is that...More

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