Artificial Vision and Language Processing for Robotics

Artificial Vision and Language Processing for Robotics

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Overview

Create end-to-end systems that can power robots with artificial vision and deep learning techniques

Key Features
  • Study ROS, the main development framework for robotics, in detail
  • Learn all about convolutional neural networks, recurrent neural networks, and robotics
  • Create a chatbot to interact with the robot
Book Description

Artificial Vision and Language Processing for Robotics begins by discussing the theory behind robots. You'll compare different methods used to work with robots and explore computer vision, its algorithms, and limits. You'll then learn how to control the robot with natural language processing commands. You'll study Word2Vec and GloVe embedding techniques, non-numeric data, recurrent neural network (RNNs), and their advanced models. You'll create a simple Word2Vec model with Keras, as well as build a convolutional neural network (CNN) and improve it with data augmentation and transfer learning. You'll study the ROS and build a conversational agent to manage your robot. You'll also integrate your agent with the ROS and convert an image to text and text to speech. You'll learn to build an object recognition system using a video.

By the end of this book, you'll have the skills you need to build a functional application that can integrate with a ROS to extract useful information about your environment.

What you will learn
  • Explore the ROS and build a basic robotic system
  • Understand the architecture of neural networks
  • Identify conversation intents with NLP techniques
  • Learn and use the embedding with Word2Vec and GloVe
  • Build a basic CNN and improve it using generative models
  • Use deep learning to implement artificial intelligence(AI)and object recognition
  • Develop a simple object recognition system using CNNs
  • Integrate AI with ROS to enable your robot to recognize objects
Who this book is for

Artificial Vision and Language Processing for Robotics is for robotics engineers who want to learn how to integrate computer vision and deep learning techniques to create complete robotic systems. It will prove beneficial to you if you have working knowledge of Python and a background in deep learning. Knowledge of the ROS is a plus.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781838552268
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Publication date: 04/27/2019
Pages: 356
Product dimensions: 7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.74(d)

About the Author

Álvaro Morena Alberola is a computer engineer and loves robotics and artificial intelligence. Currently, he is working as a software developer. He is extremely interested in the core part of AI, which is based on artificial vision. Álvaro likes working with new technologies and learning how to use advanced tools. He perceives robotics as a way of easing human lives; a way of helping people perform tasks that they cannot do on their own. Gonzalo Molina Gallego is a computer science graduate and specializes in artificial intelligence and natural language processing. He has experience of working on text-based dialog systems, creating conversational agents, and advising good methodologies. Currently, he is researching new techniques on hybrid-domain conversational systems. Gonzalo thinks that conversational user interfaces are the future. Unai Garay Maestre is a computer science graduate and specializes in the field of artificial intelligence and computer vision. He successfully contributed to the CIARP conference of 2018 with a paper that takes a new approach to data augmentation using variational autoencoders. He also works as a machine learning developer using deep neural networks applied to images.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Fundamentals of Robotics
  2. Introduction to Computer Vision
  3. Fundamentals of Natural Language Processing
  4. Neural Networks with NLP
  5. Convolutional Neural Networks
  6. Robot Operating System
  7. Build a Conventional Agent to Manage the Robot
  8. Object Recognition to Guide a Robot Using CNNs
  9. Computer Vision for Robotics

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