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Visual attention and object naming in humanoid robots using a bio-inspired spiking neural network
© 2018 The Authors Recent advances in behavioural and computational neuroscience, cognitive robotics, and in the hardware implementation of large-scale neural networks, provide the opportunity for an accelerated understanding ...
Co-exploring Actuator Antagonism and Bio-inspired Control in a Printable Robot Arm
The human arm is capable of performing fast targeted movements with high precision, say in pointing with a mouse cursor, but is inherently ‘soft’ due to the muscles, tendons and other tissues of which it is composed. Robot ...
Graceful degradation under noise on brain inspired robot controllers
© Springer International Publishing AG 2016. How can we build robot controllers that are able to work under harsh conditions, but without experiencing catastrophic failures? As seen on the recent Fukushima’s nuclear disaster, ...
Machine learning of visual object categorization: an application of the SUSTAIN model
(Cognitive Science Society, 2014-08-12)
Formal models of categorization are psychological theories that try to describe the process of categorization in a lawful way, using the language of mathematics. Their mathematical formulation makes it possible for the ...