The technology might be young, but we’ve already seen autonomous drones do some truly amazing things. Behind those impressive tasks lies a lot of work – not only on the part of the drone builders, but from the drones themselves as they seek to improve through machine learning. Microsoft has just launched a simulator platform where drone-builders and other robot-makers can train their machines and gather useful data, all without fear of destroying expensive hardware.
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