Integrating object recognition, visual attention, language and action processing on a robot in a neurobiologically plausible associative architecture

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We have implemented a neurobiologically plausible system on a robot that integrates object recognition, visual attention, language and action processing using a coherent cortex-like architecture based on neural associative memories. This system enables the robot to respond to spoken commands like ”bot show plum” or ”bot put apple to yellow cup”. The… (More)

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@inproceedings{Fay2004IntegratingOR, title={Integrating object recognition, visual attention, language and action processing on a robot in a neurobiologically plausible associative architecture}, author={Rebecca Fay and Ulrich Kaufmann and Andreas Knoblauch and Heiner Markert and G{\"u}nther Palm}, year={2004} }