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Linking language with embodied and teleological representations of action for humanoid cognition

2010 Frontiers in Neurorobotics  
Acknowledgments This research is supported by the European Commission FP7 ICT Projects CHRIS and Organic, and French ANR Projects Amorces and Comprendre.  ...  A premise of Linking language with embodied and teleological representations of action for humanoid cognition Stephane Lallee, Carol Madden, Michel Hoen and Peter Ford Dominey* Robot Cognition Laboratory  ...  language and action comprehension to include a teleological representation that allows goal-based reasoning for novel actions.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnbot.2010.00008 pmid:20577629 pmcid:PMC2889716 fatcat:ztiqxbd4wve65cyjaojdfl3iqm

Editorial of E-Book on Action and Language Integration

Angelo Cangelosi
2012 Frontiers in Neurorobotics  
Finally, four chapters use cognitive systems and robotics methodologies to investigate general principles of action-language grounding (Parisi, 2010), teleological representations of action and language  ...  All these studies have important implication both for the understanding of the action basis of cognition in natural and artificial cognitive systems, as well as for the design of cognitive and communicative  ...  Lallee et al. (2010) link embodied and teleological representations of action and language for humanoid robotic experiments with the iCub platform.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnbot.2012.00002 pmid:22557966 pmcid:PMC3340605 fatcat:uo7tyz6zbnbtjc5cuxt34jg654

Beyond Vision: Extending the Scope of a Sensorimotor Account of Perception [chapter]

Caroline Lyon
2014 Studies in Applied Philosophy, Epistemology and Rational Ethics  
particular for the perception of speech.  ...  This leads into a discussion of the importance of integrating different perceptual modes, with particular reference to robots and human-robot interaction.  ...  Examples can be found in work done in the ITALK project, Integration and Transfer of Action and Language Knowledge in Robots, described in [5] , in which elements of language are acquired by a humanoid  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-05107-9_9 fatcat:k4hvj54avrap5jlq4astws44hi

Enaction as a Conceptual Framework for Developmental Cognitive Robotics

David Vernon
2010 Paladyn: Journal of Behavioral Robotics  
are then used in the design of a cognitive architecture for the iCub humanoid robot.  ...  AbstractThis paper provides an accessible introduction to the cognitive systems paradigm of enaction and shows how it forms a practical framework for robotic systems that can develop cognitive abilities  ...  Acknowledgments The work described in this article was carried out as a part of the RobotCub research project to develop the iCub, an open and widelyadopted humanoid robot for cognitive systems research  ... 
doi:10.2478/s13230-010-0016-y fatcat:upyzzbzjebemvacblhf3ta7imu

How? Why? What? Where? When? Who? Grounding Ontology in the Actions of a Situated Social Agent

Stephane Lallee, Paul Verschure
2015 Robotics  
Robotic agents are spreading, incarnated as embodied entities, exploring the tangible world and interacting with us, or as virtual agents crawling over the web, parsing and generating data.  ...  We introduce the H5W framework, through a description of its underlying neuroscience and the psychological considerations it embodies, we then demonstrate a specific implementation of the framework.  ...  We would like to thank Luke Boorman for his contribution to the final version of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/robotics4020169 fatcat:xapgyxz23nawded5w2o22jnmem

On the role of representations and artefacts in knowing and learning

Luis Radford
2013 Educational Studies in Mathematics  
I conclude the article with an example in which knowledge is considered as codified movement and knowing as the event of its enactment in concrete practice.  ...  This article provides a critical commentary on the concepts of representation and digital artefacts in Morgan and Kynigos's article of this Special Issue.  ...  Acknowledgments This article is a result of a research program funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC/CRSH).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10649-013-9527-x fatcat:l32xj6omdzdx3fne3ftocrvviy

Mapping Meaning and Purpose in Human-Robot Teams: Anthropomorphic Agents in Military Operations

Massimiliano L. Cappuccio, Jai C. Galliott, Eduardo B. Sandoval
2021 Philosophical Journal of Conflict and Violence  
This paper aims to offer an initial exploration of these mechanisms from a perspective of philosophical psychology and cognitive philosophy, reviewing the theories in social cognition that are most promising  ...  on fast, cognitively parsimonious, natural forms of communication.  ...  The very recognition of other cognitive agents as cognitive agents is based on an embodied analogy with oneself, as it involves transferring one's own cognitive and phenomenological states to another's  ... 
doi:10.22618/tp.pjcv.20215.1.139005 fatcat:xgx3raovmjbdjhmr3q7ld75yfu

Grounding the Meanings in Sensorimotor Behavior using Reinforcement Learning

Igor Farkaš, Tomáš Malík, Kristína Rebrová
2012 Frontiers in Neurorobotics  
The trained model generalizes well in case of novel action-target combinations with randomized initial arm positions.  ...  The second module, having the form of an actor-critic architecture, is the most distinguishing part of our model, and is trained by a continuous version of reinforcement learning to execute actions as  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank Martin Takáč and two anonymous reviewers for helpful comments. The research was supported by Slovak Grant Agency for Science, no. 1/0439/11.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnbot.2012.00001 pmid:22393319 pmcid:PMC3289932 fatcat:6t4xlioht5fkxcubkw6fvf4m5i

Artificial Consciousness [chapter]

Antonio Chella, Riccardo Manzotti
2010 Perception-Action Cycle  
In order to be entangled in the right way with the environment, an agent needs to be teleologically open -namely capable of developing new goals and using them for its development.  ...  that AI systems may be well-suited or even necessary for the specification of the contents of consciousness (synthetic phenomenology), which is notoriously difficult to do with natural language (Chrisley  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-1452-1_20 fatcat:ya6yslg7snbxrptshcfrp263bm

Teleological markers: Seven lines of hypotheses around Dennett's theory of habits

Luis E. Echarte
2014 Scientia et Fides  
Particularly, I define habits as involving a teleological and preconscious process whose traits and dynamics are indistinguishable from computational ones, but this is so more in their ends than in their  ...  According to Daniel Dennett, such notions lead them to dualistic view of brain functions and hence to dead ends or, at least, to less than optimal designs in the research field.  ...  Acknowledgments I would like to thank the Institute for Culture and Society for supporting my work within an inspiring and productive research environment.  ... 
doi:10.12775/setf.2014.019 fatcat:qh5bewajdjfutoxlqbxh3iwsmy

An integrative semiotic framework for information systems: The social, personal and material worlds

John Mingers, Leslie Willcocks
2014 Information and organization  
The framework draws on fundamental concepts of information, meaning and embodied cognition. The paper examines critically the implications of this formulation for studying information systems.  ...  The paper argues that semiotics, the theory of signs and symbols, is at the heart of the representation and transmission of information and meaning, and is thus central, to communication and information  ...  This occurs in two waysthe first is embodied cognition which is to do with the physical human body and the manner in which this inextricably links thought and action, as has been outlined above.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infoandorg.2014.01.002 fatcat:ehcoafr2njarrmmokwfh5tq374

Synthetic consciousness: the distributed adaptive control perspective

Paul F. M. J. Verschure
2016 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
One contribution of 13 to a theme issue 'The major synthetic evolutionary transitions'.  ...  I thank the members of SPECS for their feedback on  ...  of real-time embodied perception, cognition and action in multi-agent social environments.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2015.0448 pmid:27431526 pmcid:PMC4958942 fatcat:d6ewdt53qneszegtscimiokdai

Inklings and Tentacled Things: Grasping at Kinship through Video Games // Inklings y cosas con tentáculos: Aferrarse al parentesco a través de videojuegos

Melissa Bianchi
2017 Ecozon@  
These elements of games fundamentally shape players' engagements with the medium and are inextricably linked to their storytelling and production.  ...  To fully grasp how video games broadly redefine relations between human and nonhuman animals, we must consider the role of game aesthetics and play mechanics in players' experience of becoming-with.  ...  and the Avatar" (2003), or on cognitive science, such as Andreas Gregersen and Torben Grodal's "Embodiment and Interface" (2009). 5 Debra Ferreday's "Becoming deer: Nonhuman drag and online utopias" (  ... 
doi:10.37536/ecozona.2017.8.2.1354 fatcat:6gm6f2vxtjeanof23ruseppkve

Toward a Needs-Based Architecture for 'Intelligent' Communicative Agents: Speaking with Intention

Roger K. Moore, Mauro Nicolao
2017 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
It is argued here that one source of the problem is that the standard architecture for a contemporary spoken language interface fails to capture the fundamental teleological properties of human spoken  ...  The implications of this architecture for future spoken language systems are illustrated using results from a new type of 'intentional speech synthesiser' that is capable of optimising its pronunciation  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS RM developed the overall architecture, MN implemented and tested the speech synthesiser, and both authors contributed to the written manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2017.00066 fatcat:xewc2xqucjfwnjcprwhynbc2ue

Action in Mind: A Neural Network Approach to Action Recognition and Segmentation [article]

Zahra Gharaee
2021 arXiv   pre-print
For each level of development the system is trained with the input data consisting of consecutive 3D body postures and tested with generalized input data that the system has never met before.  ...  The proposed action recognition architecture of this thesis is composed of several processing layers including a preprocessing layer, an ordered vector representation layer and three layers of neural networks  ...  In their study a simulated iCub humanoid robot learns an embodied representation of actions through the interaction with the environment as well as linking the effects of its own actions with the properties  ... 
arXiv:2104.14870v1 fatcat:cp7gnx34jbdq5o45zbfmhlrhlm
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