An Ontogenetic Perspective to Scaling Sensorimotor Intelligence

@inproceedings{Ferrell2000AnOP,
  title={An Ontogenetic Perspective to Scaling Sensorimotor Intelligence},
  author={Cynthia Ferrell and Charles C. Kemp},
  year={2000}
}
Much of the work in autonomous agent design has been heavily inspired and in uenced by biological systems. Researchers strive to build arti cial systems that emulate the robust, exible, and adaptive behavior of animals. In particular, the behavior-based approach (Brooks 1991) has adopted many of its key models, metaphors, and concepts from the elds of ethology, neuroscience, and evolutionary theory to name a few. Looking to animals to glean insight into how to build intelligent autonomous… CONTINUE READING
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