Perception, Categories, and Possibilities for Action

Abstract

Beer’s approach to addressing questions about embodiment, situatedness, and dynamics is to investigate an evolved model agent capable of exhibiting the most basic form of behavior that one might call “cognitive.” One “minimally cognitive behavior” performed by Beer’s agent is the discrimination between circles to catch and diamonds to avoid. Indeed, it is… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1059712303114004

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