Embodied Artificial Intelligence: International Seminar, by Fumiya Iida, Rolf Pfeifer, Luc Steels, Yasuo Kuniyoshi

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By Fumiya Iida, Rolf Pfeifer, Luc Steels, Yasuo Kuniyoshi

Originating from a Dagstuhl seminar, the gathering of papers awarded during this publication constitutes at the one hand a consultant cutting-edge survey of embodied man made intelligence, and nevertheless the papers establish the real study traits and instructions within the field.

Following an introductory assessment, the 23 papers are geared up into topical sections on

- philosophical and conceptual issues

- details, dynamics, and morphology

- ideas of embodiment for real-world applications

- developmental approaches

- synthetic evolution and self-reconfiguration

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G. [17, 34, 47]). However, one does not have to look at ‘deep’ philosophical questions to realize that the treatment of embodiment in embodied AI is somewhat shallow. e. traditional AI2 and the computer metaphor for mind, than what it argues for - a fact commonly pointed out by opponents of embodied theories. That means, many embodied AI researchers reject the idea that intelligence and cognition can be explained in purely computational terms, but it is left unclear exactly what the alternative is.

Roitblat, H. W. ) From animals to animats6 (pp. 23-32). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Pfeifer, R. & Scheier, C. (1999). Understanding Intelligence. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Riegler, A. (2002). When is a Cognitive System Embodied? Cognitive Systems Research, 3(3), 339-348. Ruppin, E. (2002). Evolutionary autonomous agents: A neuroscience perspective. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 3(2), 132-142. Schlesinger, M. & Parisi, D. (2001). The agent-based approach: A new direction for computational models of development.

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