Princeton Made TidyBot Is a Household Helper

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A group of researchers that includes Princeton computer science professor Szymon Rusinkiewicz, professor emeritus Thomas Funkhouser, graduate student Jimmy Wu, Andy Zeng *19, and Shuran Song *18 created a robot that is capable of cleaning based on user preferences. Called the TidyBot, it can put away scattered objects and sort laundry into lights and darks among other tasks. They found that the TidyBot successfully put away 85% of objects. Researchers presented the project this month at the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems. PAW featured a photo of the TidyBot in its October 2023 issue, online at paw.princeton.edu. (Video by Jimmy Wu)
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