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Oct 2, 2022

MIT’s Mini Cheetah robot runs faster than ever

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A new method allows MIT’s Mini Cheetah to learn how to run fast and adapt to walking on challenging terrain. This learning-based method outperforms previous human-designed methods and allowed the Mini Cheetah to set a record for speed.
More info: https://news.mit.edu/2022/3-questions-how-mit-mini-cheetah-learns-run-fast-0317
Visit the project page at https://sites.google.com/view/model-free-speed/

The work was supported by DARPA Machine Common Sense Program, Naver Labs, MIT Biomimetic Robotics Lab, and the NSF AI Institute of AI and Fundamental Interactions. The research was conducted at the Improbable AI Lab.

Video edited by Tom Buehler.

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