AI: Autonomous Helicopters teach themselves to Fly Stunts

Finally someone has adapted human learning approaches and used them within AI.

Called “apprenticeship learning” and build into AI Algorithms by Stanford University students, they created an autonomous helicopter system that learns to fly stunts by watching human pilots.


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