Biological cumulative learning through intrinsic motivations : A simulated robotic study of the development of visually-guided reaching


This work aims to model the ability of biological organisms to achieve cumulative learning, i.e. to learn increasingly more complex skills on the basis of simpler ones. In particular, we studied how a simulated kinematic robotic system composed of an arm and an eye can learn the ability to reach for an object on the basis of the ability to systematically… (More)


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