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Memory-Centred Cognitive Architectures for Robots Interacting Socially with Humans

  title={Memory-Centred Cognitive Architectures for Robots Interacting Socially with Humans},
  author={P. Baxter},
  • P. Baxter
  • Published 2016
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • ArXiv
  • The Memory-Centred Cognition perspective places an active association substrate at the heart of cognition, rather than as a passive adjunct. Consequently, it places prediction and priming on the basis of prior experience to be inherent and fundamental aspects of processing. Social interaction is taken here to minimally require contingent and co-adaptive behaviours from the interacting parties. In this contribution, I seek to show how the memory-centred cognition approach to cognitive… CONTINUE READING
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