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Towards hybrid primary intersubjectivity: a neural robotics library for human science

@article{Chame2020TowardsHP,
  title={Towards hybrid primary intersubjectivity: a neural robotics library for human science},
  author={H. Chame and A. Ahmadi and J. Tani},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2006.15948}
}
  • H. Chame, A. Ahmadi, J. Tani
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Human-robot interaction is becoming an interesting area of research in cognitive science, notably, for the study of social cognition. Interaction theorists consider primary intersubjectivity a non-mentalist, pre-theoretical, non-conceptual sort of processes that ground a certain level of communication and understanding, and provide support to higher-level cognitive skills. We argue this sort of low level cognitive interaction, where control is shared in dyadic encounters, is susceptible of… CONTINUE READING
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