Intelligent Robots : the Question of Embodiment

@inproceedings{Duffy2000IntelligentR,
  title={Intelligent Robots : the Question of Embodiment},
  author={Brian R. Duffy and Gina Joue and Gina. Joue},
  year={2000}
}
Embodiment has been perceived by some as one of the fundamental issues in the pursuit of artificial intelligence, a perspective that has only been mainstream in recent years. This paper discusses embodiment, its interpretations, misinterpretations and the role it has played in artificial intelligence to date and specifically in the realisation of the “ intelligent robot” . While some believe that simply placing a controller in a physical environment constitutes a sufficient degree of embodiment… CONTINUE READING

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