Wubble World

  title={Wubble World},
  author={Daniel Hewlett and Shane Hoversten and Wesley Kerr and Paul R. Cohen and Yu-Han Chang},
We introduce Wubble World, a virtual environment for learning situated language. In Wubble World children create avatars, called “wubbles,” which can interact with other ch ildren’s avatars through free-form spontaneous play or struc tured language games. Wubbles can also learn language from direct interaction with children, since the system uses pri nciples from developmental psychology to restrict the complex ity of this learning task: a shared attention model that incl udes deictic pointing… CONTINUE READING

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