Google’s PaLM-E is a generalist robot brain that takes commands — Ars Technica

A group of AI researchers from Google and the Technical University of Berlin unveiled PaLM-E, a multimodal embodied visual-language model (VLM) with 562 billion parameters that integrates vision and language for robotic control, writes Benj Edwards.

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