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Human Somatosensory Processing and Artificial Somatosensation

Luyao Wang, Lihua Ma, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu
2021 Cyborg and Bionic Systems  
In the past few years, we have gained a better understanding of the information processing mechanism in the human brain, which has led to advances in artificial intelligence and humanoid robots.  ...  Finally, we present prospective research directions for human haptic perception, which could guide the development of artificial somatosensory systems.  ...  Researchers adopted a two-layer model of spike-based neuromorphic encoding of haptic stimuli to create a haptic feature extractor [47] .  ... 
doi:10.34133/2021/9843259 fatcat:ygvxjfxqbjcpfpssajed2ed5vi

BELBIC Tuned PI Controller Based Chopper Driven PMDC Motor

Muthukrishnan Subramaniam, Murugananth Gopalraj, Saravana Sundaram Sakthivelu, Samidurai Kandasamy
2016 Circuits and Systems  
To enhance the performance of the drive, this paper proposes a Brain Emotional Logic Based Intelligent Controller based chopper drive.  ...  A comparative analysis has been made between the conventional PI controller based drive and the proposed system in order to prove that the proposed scheme has an edge over the traditional PI controller  ...  The controller designed using this technique is termed as Brain Emotional Learning Based Intelligent Controller (BELBIC).  ... 
doi:10.4236/cs.2016.79198 fatcat:buq2qjrqrnee5bzm5uv2grn4em

Towards disappearing user interfaces for ubiquitous computing: human enhancement from sixth sense to super senses

Terence K. L. Hui, R. Simon Sherratt
2016 Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing  
Enhancement of human senses through DUIs and context awareness is discussed as the groundwork enabling smarter wearable devices for interfacing with human emotional memories.  ...  The design of computer user interfaces towards "disappearing" forces the interaction with humans using a content rather than a menu driven approach, thus the emerging requirement for huge number of non-technical  ...  circuits in the brain through the limbic system (LaBar and Cabeza 2006) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12652-016-0409-9 fatcat:2l5s6oim4ngndghuszwbyyb3ly

On the Role of Auditory Feedback in Robot-Assisted Movement Training after Stroke: Review of the Literature

Giulio Rosati, Antonio Rodà, Federico Avanzini, Stefano Masiero
2013 Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience  
device.  ...  of acute-phase and home rehabilitation devices, learning of more complex motor tasks, and improving activities of daily living.  ...  Conflict of Interests The authors declare that there is no conflict of interests regarding the publication of this paper. Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/586138 pmid:24382952 pmcid:PMC3871505 fatcat:uugkqasmabeqjhpkiahphy55ea

The Ultimate Display for Physical Rehabilitation: A Bridging Review on Immersive Virtual Reality

Aviv Elor, Sri Kurniawan
2020 Frontiers in Virtual Reality  
Immersive media systems enhanced with physical and emotional intelligence can address these challenges.  ...  Lastly, we bridge our review by proposing a theoretical framework for future systems that utilizes various synergies between each of these fields.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank Noah Wardrip-Fruin for his advice, suggestions, and support during the literature review of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frvir.2020.585993 fatcat:7nqzbwutvzbvni6xxurfj7cjoa

Artificial nociception and motor responses to pain, for humans and robots

Carlo Bagnato, Atsushi Takagi, Etienne Burdet
2015 2015 37th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC)  
Besides the applications of artificial nociception for robotic manipulation and intelligent prostheses, the development of computational models of pain mechanisms for the discrimination of noxious stimuli  ...  This concept paper describes nociception and the role of pain in humans. Understanding the mechanisms of pain can give insight into the implementation of artificial pain for robots.  ...  In the limbic system, the emotional core of our brain, the activation of the anterior cingulate correlates with the emotional response to pain [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/embc.2015.7320102 pmid:26738002 dblp:conf/embc/BagnatoTB15 fatcat:jyxavqkqefgtlgv6lszcse3moi

Posttraumatic stress disorder: possibilities for olfaction and virtual reality exposure therapy

Mary P. Aiken, Mike J. Berry
2015 Virtual Reality  
cognitive function, memory, emotion and creation of presence, particularly in the context of VR treatment of PTSD.  ...  A review of the literature suggests that olfaction as a component of virtual environment exposure therapy may be a useful addition in the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) a mental health  ...  The limbic system is considered to be responsible for emotional life and specifically the formation of memories.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10055-015-0260-x fatcat:ott3prdtejdnjajoxbrfyalf5u

Wearable Technologies: Between Fashion, Art, Performance, and Science (Fiction)

Iztok Hrga
2019 Tekstilec  
It wasn't until the last decade, however, that Wearable technology designers really began to explore the potential of clothing as social interaction, emotional sensing and biomimetics.  ...  Through technological advances, the most innovative designers and artists re-evaluate the very basic premises of a dressed body, such as weight, scale and texture or movement.  ...  By applying pressure to certain points on the body, the shirt recreates the haptic sensation of the touch, warmth and emotion of a hug.  ... 
doi:10.14502/tekstilec2019.62.124-136 fatcat:xl34jwgwnbcg5iy7ckv65d3sum

Review of Consciousness and the Possibility of Conscious Robots

Lyle N. Long, Troy D. Kelley
2010 Journal of Aerospace Computing Information and Communication  
Given the complexity of cognition and consciousness a hybrid parallel architecture with significant input/output appears to offer the best solution for the implementation of a complex system of systems  ...  This paper discusses the psychological, philosophical, and neurological definitions of consciousness and the prospects for the development of conscious machines or robots in the foreseeable future.  ...  And finally, we would like to thank the reviewers for their insightful comments.  ... 
doi:10.2514/1.46188 fatcat:lildzd7tjjhbtng2pdv3gien6a

Calming Effects of Touch in Human, Animal, and Robotic Interaction—Scientific State-of-the-Art and Technical Advances

Monika Eckstein, Ilshat Mamaev, Beate Ditzen, Uta Sailer
2020 Frontiers in Psychiatry  
Due to current technical advances and the growing role of intelligent robots in households and healthcare, recent research also addressed the potential of robotic touch for stress reduction.  ...  Robotic systems capable of non-social touch will be assessed together with control strategies and sensor technologies.  ...  The inhibitory control of the amygdala via the PFC and the insula, together with the amygdala, is a network for top-down and bottom-up emotion generation.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2020.555058 pmid:33329093 pmcid:PMC7672023 fatcat:4we743nahna2bjpwkkl3cwjhxi

ConVRgence (VRIC) Virtual Reality International Conference Proceedings

Simon Richir
2020 International Journal of Virtual Reality  
This research application uses a 3D model data "Miraikomachi" under the following usage guideline.  ...  Acknowledgments This part of the work is done within the framework of the NUMERILAB project, supported by FEDER and the NORMANDY REGION.  ...  Based on this realization we chose to work on the design of a haptic sleeve using voice coils as vibration motors.  ... 
doi:10.20870/ijvr.2020...3316 fatcat:d4dsvhql3ba5ros3xke2wb3efy

The bodily basis of thought

Jay A. Seitz
2000 New Ideas in Psychology  
Classical cognitivist and connectionist models posit a Cartesian disembodiment of mind assuming that brain events can adequately explain thought and related notions such as intellect.  ...  Instead, we argue for the bodily basis of thought and its continuity beyond the sensorimotor stage.  ...  Acknowledgements A preliminary version of this paper was presented at the 29th Annual Symposium of the Jean Piaget Society, Mexico City, Mexico.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0732-118x(99)00035-5 fatcat:oa7s5cjfxnhvrceggfauszlwsy

MAUI

Christine L. Lisetti, Fatma Nasoz
2002 Proceedings of the tenth ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '02  
A multimodal anthropomorphic interface agent then adapts its interface by responding most appropriately to the current emotional states of its user, and provides intelligent multi-modal feedback to the  ...  We then propose an adaptive system architecture designed to sense the user's emotional and affective states via three multimodal subsystems (V, K, A): namely (1) the Visual (from facial images and videos  ...  The authors would like to acknowledge funding for this research from Intel Corporation, Visionics Incorporated, Body-Media Corporation, the Office of Naval Research, and the Army.  ... 
doi:10.1145/641007.641038 dblp:conf/mm/LisettiN02 fatcat:cjrijmfq2zdgff3vjpa436vssq

MAUI

Christine L. Lisetti, Fatma Nasoz
2002 Proceedings of the tenth ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '02  
A multimodal anthropomorphic interface agent then adapts its interface by responding most appropriately to the current emotional states of its user, and provides intelligent multi-modal feedback to the  ...  We then propose an adaptive system architecture designed to sense the user's emotional and affective states via three multimodal subsystems (V, K, A): namely (1) the Visual (from facial images and videos  ...  The authors would like to acknowledge funding for this research from Intel Corporation, Visionics Incorporated, Body-Media Corporation, the Office of Naval Research, and the Army.  ... 
doi:10.1145/641034.641038 fatcat:xuerwqqj4bcrlm3ok2wxz4de2q

Change Management of Socially Relevant Habits

Gerold Behrens, Maria Neumaier
2009 Management Revue  
Within this framework a concept for social change management will be developed and illustrated with practical examples.  ...  It is sometimes necessary for the state to take intrusive measures into the life of its citizens in order to attain higher social goals.  ...  Damasio (1994) speaks of a somatic marker, and other concepts such as emotional intelligence, gut feeling, or intuition are also used in this context.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0935-9915-2009-2-176 fatcat:nblu4lnntzcdpba6mvuakrcm4e
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