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Active inference and epistemic value
We offer a formal treatment of choice behavior based on the premise that agents minimize the expected free energy of future outcomes. Crucially, the negative free energy or quality of a policy can beExpand
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Consensus Paper: The Cerebellum's Role in Movement and Cognition
While the cerebellum's role in motor function is well recognized, the nature of its concurrent role in cognitive function remains considerably less clear. The current consensus paper gathers diverseExpand
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Active Inference: A Process Theory
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This article describes a process theory based on active inference and belief propagation. Expand
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The role of domain information in Word Sense Disambiguation
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This paper explores the role of domain information in word sense disambiguation. Expand
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Consensus Paper: Towards a Systems-Level View of Cerebellar Function: the Interplay Between Cerebellum, Basal Ganglia, and Cortex
Despite increasing evidence suggesting the cerebellum works in concert with the cortex and basal ganglia, the nature of the reciprocal interactions between these three brain regions remains unclear.Expand
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Active Inference, Curiosity and Insight
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This article offers a formal account of curiosity and insight in terms of active (Bayesian) inference. Expand
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Knowing one's place: a free-energy approach to pattern regulation
Understanding how organisms establish their form during embryogenesis and regeneration represents a major knowledge gap in biological pattern formation. It has been recently suggested thatExpand
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Grounding Procedural and Declarative Knowledge in Sensorimotor Anticipation
We propose a view of embodied representations that is alternative to both symbolic/linguistic approaches and purely sensorimotor views of cognition, and can account for procedural and declarativeExpand
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Human Sensorimotor Communication: A Theory of Signaling in Online Social Interactions
Although the importance of communication is recognized in several disciplines, it is rarely studied in the context of online social interactions and joint actions. During online joint actions,Expand
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Active Inference, homeostatic regulation and adaptive behavioural control
Highlights • An Active Inference account of homeostatic regulation and behavioural control.• Pavlovian, habitual and goal-directed behaviours explained with one scheme.• A possible phylogeneticExpand
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