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Cognitive science research indicates that humans use a form of the three-dimensional model to perceive and take action in the close environment. Now researchers at MIT are using this approach to improve artificial intelligence’s ability to interact in the real world. According to professor Josh Tenenbaum, at MIT’s Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, AI 3D-visualisation will have immense impact for the development of robots, he explains: “This is definitely something we’re going to need if we’re going to have robots that interact with the physical world. They have to be able to deal with the fact that the physical world is three-dimensional, and it has stuff in it.” Professor Tenenbaum and his team presented the work this week at the Neural Information Processing System conference in Barcelona, Spain. Source: MIT Technology Review