Robotics at OpenAI with Jonas Schneider

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The show is part of a series that I'm really excited about, in part because I've been working to bring them to you for quite a while now. The focus of the series is a sampling of the interesting work being done over at OpenAI, the independent AI research lab founded by Elon Musk, Sam Altman and others. In this show I'm joined by Jonas Schneider, Robotics Technical Team Lead at OpenAI. While in San Francisco a few months ago, I spent some time with Jonas at the OpenAI office, during which we covered a lot of interesting ground around OpenAI's work in robotics.

We discuss OpenAI Gym, which was the first project he worked on at OpenAI, as well as how they approach setting up the infrastructure for their experimental work, including how they've set up a Robots-as-a-Service environment for their researchers and how they use the open source Kubernetes project to manage their compute environment. Check it out and let us know what you think!

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