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    Thread: Lego AI
Post: RE: Lego AI

Willy Tschager Wrote: (2021-04-20, 8:57) -- Hi Aaron, as long as the licence terms are respected and kept untouched and proper attribution is given, the SteerCo has no objections to the above. ...
Aaron Walsman General LDraw.org Discussion 10 1,059 2021-04-21, 1:51
    Thread: Lego AI
Post: RE: Lego AI

Michael Horvath Wrote: (2021-04-18, 5:32) -- If you need a single large model versus many little ones you could try this: https://github.com/mjhorvath/Datsville -- Wow, that's a great resource, ...
Aaron Walsman General LDraw.org Discussion 10 1,059 2021-04-20, 4:36
    Thread: Lego AI
Post: RE: Lego AI

Lasse Deleuran Wrote: (2021-04-16, 19:57) -- I have not built in any bot detection in BrickHub, so they are free to sweep it for the MPD files. They all have building instructions steps if that is wh...
Aaron Walsman General LDraw.org Discussion 10 1,059 2021-04-16, 22:37
    Thread: Lego AI
Post: RE: Lego AI

Willy Tschager Wrote: (2021-04-16, 15:59) -- Hi Aaron, as I'm a member of the Steering Committee I already posted it in our subsection. w. -- Oh great, thanks so much!
Aaron Walsman General LDraw.org Discussion 10 1,059 2021-04-16, 16:29
    Thread: Lego AI
Post: RE: Lego AI

Willy Tschager Wrote: (2021-04-16, 10:40) -- Hi Aaron, personally speaking I'm fine with the above but obviously it has to be discussed within the Steering Committee. However all files in the OMR ...
Aaron Walsman General LDraw.org Discussion 10 1,059 2021-04-16, 15:47
    Thread: Lego AI
Post: Lego AI

Hello! I am an academic researcher leading a project to teach AI agents how to assemble and disassemble Lego models.  So far we have built a learning environment that exposes certain basic operations ...
Aaron Walsman General LDraw.org Discussion 10 1,059 2021-04-15, 18:56