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Towards the Grounding of Abstract Words: A Neural Network Model for Cognitive Robots
In this paper, a model based on Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) extends the symbol grounding mechanism toabstract words for cognitive robots. The aim of this work is to obtain a semantic representation of abstract concepts ...
Robotic Services Acceptance in Smart Environments With Older Adults: User Satisfaction and Acceptability Study.
BACKGROUND: In Europe, the population of older people is increasing rapidly. Many older people prefer to remain in their homes but living alone could be a risk for their safety. In this context, robotics and other emerging ...
A review of abstract concept learning in embodied agents and robots.
This paper reviews computational modelling approaches to the learning of abstract concepts and words in embodied agents such as humanoid robots. This will include a discussion of the learning of abstract words such as 'use' ...
Would a Robot Trust You? Developmental Robotics Model of Trust and Theory of Mind
(Royal Society, The, 2019-03-11)
Generalisation, decision making, and embodiment effects in mental rotation: A neurorobotic architecture tested with a humanoid robot.
Mental rotation, a classic experimental paradigm of cognitive psychology, tests the capacity of humans to mentally rotate a seen object to decide if it matches a target object. In recent years, mental rotation has been ...
Spatial Language and Converseness.
Typical spatial language sentences consist of describing the location of an object (the located object) in relation to another object (the reference object) as in "The book is above the vase". While it has been suggested ...