embodied intelligence

ShanghAI Lectures 2013, Lecture 9 – Towards a theory of intelligence

Lecture 9: Towards a theory of intelligence This lecture, which I hosted at the the University Carlos III (Madrid, Spain), suggests principles and design guidelines for the development of embodied ...
07 April 2014, by

ShanghAI Lectures 2013, Lecture 8-II – Education and Industry Session

Lecture 8-II: Education and Industry Session This lecture hosted by Prof. Samia Nefti-Meziani from the University of Salford, Manchester, UK, is about higher education and industrial impact of the ...
18 March 2014, by

Embodied communication: Looking for systems that mean what they say

The lay notion of how human communication works is, basically, that we exchange packages of information that are encoded and then decoded in our heads using language. But it just takes a little observ...
14 March 2014, by

ShanghAI Lectures 2013, Lecture 8-I – Ontogenetic development: From locomotion to cognition

Lecture 8-I: Ontogenetic development: From locomotion to cognition In this lecture, hosted at the University Carlos III of Madrid in Spain, I show how it is possible to ground ‘understanding...
10 March 2014, by

Why robots will not be smarter than humans by 2029

Statue of Alan Turing. Photo credit: Neil Crosby In the last few days we've seen a spate of headlines like 2029: the year when robots will have the power to outsmart their makers, all occasioned by ...
07 March 2014, by

ShanghAI Lectures 2013, Lecture 7 – Design principles of intelligent systems

This week we publish the seventh of the ShanghAI Lectures 2013 Edition on Robohub. You can learn more about the ShanghAI lectures here. Lecture 7 - Design principles of intelligent systems Thi...
03 March 2014, by

From disembodied bytes to robots that think and act like humans

When IBM’s Watson supercomputer triumphed over two top Jeopardy champions in February 2011, the media buzzed with talk of artificial intelligence (AI), just as it had fourteen years earlier wh...
25 February 2014, by and

Why intelligence requires both body and brain

Western philosophy has traditionally separated mind from matter and brain from body. In recent years, however, cognitive scientists have turned the assumption on its head that we can study the mind b...
18 February 2014, by and

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