CSAIL researchers received the 6-foot-tall, 300-pound “Valkyrie” robot from NASA with the goal of programming it to autonomously perform a variety of tasks that would allow it to help or even replace astronauts on future space missions. The team’s work will focus on developing robust perception, planning and control algorithms.
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