Are the skeptics right? Limits and Potentials of Deep Learning in Robotics
Deep learning techniques have revolutionised many aspects of computer vision over the past three years and have been tremendously successful at tasks like object recognition and detection, scene classification, action recognition, and caption generation. Despite deep learning thriving in computer vision, it has not yet been nearly as impactful in robotic vision. Although deep learning techniques are successfully applied by a few groups for tasks like visually guided robotic grasping and manipulation, they have not yet evolved into mainstream approaches that are generally adopted and applied. Furthermore, many renowned robotics researchers are outspoken sceptics and have questioned the applicability of deep learning techniques for various robotic scenarios in workshops and informal discussions during RSS, ICRA, and other venues during the past year.
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