Learning from Nature to Build Intelligent Autonomous Robots

@article{Bischoff2006LearningFN,
  title={Learning from Nature to Build Intelligent Autonomous Robots},
  author={Rainer Bischoff and Volker Graefe},
  journal={2006 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems},
  year={2006},
  pages={3160-3165}
}
Information processing within autonomous robots should follow a biomimetic approach. In contrast to traditional approaches that make intensive use of accurate measurements, numerical models and control theory, the proposed biomimetic approach favors the concepts of perception, situation, skill and behavior - concepts that are used to describe human and animal behavior as well. Sensing should primarily be based on those senses that have proved their effectiveness in nature, such as vision… CONTINUE READING

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