Student First Author: yes
Keywords: Task Planning, Prompt, Preferences, Object-centric Representation
TL;DR: Transformer Task Planner (TTP) learns high-level pick and place actions from dishwasher loading demonstrations and adapts to unseen preferences using single prompt.
Abstract: Every home is different, and every person likes things done in their particular way. Therefore, home robots of the future need to both reason about the sequential nature of day-to-day tasks and generalize to user's preferences. To this end, we propose a Transformer Task Planner (TTP) that learns high-level actions from demonstrations by leveraging object attribute-based representations. TTP can be pre-trained on multiple preferences and shows generalization to unseen preferences using a single demonstration as a prompt in a simulated dishwasher loading task. Further, we demonstrate real-world dish rearrangement using TTP with a Franka Panda robotic arm, prompted using a single human demonstration.
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