Intelligent perception

@inproceedings{Kendrick1998IntelligentP,
  title={Intelligent perception},
  author={Keith M. Kendrick},
  year={1998}
}
Towards human-like and transhuman perception in AI 2.0: a review
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This paper briefly review the state-of-the-art advances across different areas of perception, including visual perception, auditory perception, speech perception, and perceptual information processing and learning engines and envision several R&D trends in intelligent perception for the forthcoming era of AI 2.0.
Behavioural and neurophysiological evidence for face identity and face emotion processing in animals
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A review of animal-based studies about the way the mammalian brain processes the faces and the emotions they can communicate and associated capacities such as how identity and emotion cues are dissociated and how face imagery might be generated is summarized.
Novelty preference in face perception by week-old lambs (Ovis aries)
An extensive literature has been accumulating, in recent years, on face-processing in sheep and on the relevance of faces for social interaction in this species. In spite of this, spontaneous
Cattle discriminate between familiar and unfamiliar conspecifics by using only head visual cues
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Results of the first experiment and the observation of ear postures during the learning process, which was used as an index of the emotional state, provided information on picture processing in cattle and lead us to conclude that images of conspecifics were treated as representations of real individuals.
När religion och djurskydd kolliderar
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I have not been able to get answers to the questions if the Swedish food chains sell meat of this kind or not, but I have hopefully awoken an interest in the question and I am hoping, thorough this, that they make considerable research in where the meat comes from and how the animals are treated at slaughter.
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