December 28th, 2006


AI: embodied cognition, ontogenetic

Weng, J., Zhang, Y. Developmental robots: A new paradigm - 2002 - [pdf]
It has been proved to be extremely challenging for humans to program a robot to such a sufficient degree that it acts properly in a typical unknown human environment. This is especially true for a humanoid robot due to the very large number of redundant degrees of freedom and a large number of sensors that are required for a humanoid to work safely and effectively in the human environment. How can we address this fundamental problem? Motivated by human mental development from infancy to adulthood, we present a theory, an architecture, and some experimental results showing how to enable a robot to develop its mind automatically, through online, real time interactions with its environment.

Lungarella, M., Metta, G., Pfeifer, R., Sandini, G. Developmental robotics: a survey - 2004 - [pdf]

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Rolf Pfeifer is Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in the Department of Informatics at the University of Zurich. He is the author of "Understanding Intelligence" (MIT Press, 1999) and "How the Body Shapes the Way We Think" (MIT Press, 2006)