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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Cognitive agents are able to perform categorical perception through physical interaction (active categorical perception; ACP), or passively at a distance (distal categorical perception; DCP). It is possible that the former scaffolds the learning of the latter. However, it is unclear whether DCP indeed scaffolds ACP in humans and animals, nor how a robot could be trained to likewise learn DCP from ACP. Here we demonstrate a method for doing so which involves uncertainty: robots are trained todoi:10.1007/978-3-319-45823-6_58 fatcat:fz362hlyzvdwjbyjfrywbcndri