Automatic Adaptation of a Natural Language Interface to a Robotic System
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This paper shows an application of four neural networks architectures for the automatic adaptation of the voice interface to a robotic system. These architectures are flexible enough to allow a nonspecialist user to train the interface to recognize the syntax of new commands to the teleoperated environment. The system has been tested in a real experimental robotic system applied to perform simple assembly tasks, and the experiments have shown that the networks are robust and efficient for the trained tasks.
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