Improved GQ-CNN: Deep Learning Model for Planning Robust Grasps

by   Maciej Jaśkowski, et al.

Recent developments in the field of robot grasping have shown great improvements in the grasp success rates when dealing with unknown objects. In this work we improve on one of the most promising approaches, the Grasp Quality Convolutional Neural Network (GQ-CNN) trained on the DexNet 2.0 dataset. We propose a new architecture for the GQ-CNN and describe practical improvements that increase the model validation accuracy from 92.2 to 88.0 splits.


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