The Octopus as a Model for Artificial Intelligence - A Multi-Agent Robotic Case Study

@inproceedings{iguez2017TheOA,
  title={The Octopus as a Model for Artificial Intelligence - A Multi-Agent Robotic Case Study},
  author={Alfonso {\'I}{\~n}iguez},
  booktitle={ICAART},
  year={2017}
}
The aim of this paper is to investigate the curious cognition process exhibited by the octopus, and its practical applicability to multi-agent systems. The paper begins by explaining the limitations of using the human brain as a model to achieve artificial cognition and proposes an alternative model inspired by the octopus’ distributed approach to solving problems. As a case study, a laboratory prototype demonstrates awareness, autonomy, solidarity, expandability, and resiliency in a multi… CONTINUE READING

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