Cognitive Robotics

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The kimono-clad android robot that recently made its debut as the new greeter at the entrance of Tokyo's Mitsukoshi department store is just one example of the rapid advancements being made in the field of robotics. Cognitive robotics is an approach to creating artificial intelligence in robots by enabling them to learn from and respond to real-world situations, as opposed to pre-programming the robot with specific responses to every conceivable stimulus. Presenting the contributions of international experts from various disciplines within the field, Cognitive Robotics provides novel material and discusses advanced approaches in the field of intelligent robotics. It explains the various aspects of the topic to provide readers with a solid foundation on the subject. This edited collection presents theoretical research in cognitive robotics. It takes a multidisciplinary approach that considers the artificial intelligence, physical, chemical, philosophical, psychological, social, cultural, and ethical aspects of this rapidly emerging field. The editor is a prominent researcher whose Lovotics research into emotional bonds with robots is widely recognized. Supplying an accessible introduction to cognitive robotics, the book considers computational intelligence for cognitive robotics based on informationally structured space. It examines how people respond to robots and what makes robots psychologically appealing to humans. The book contextualizes concepts in the history of studies on intelligence theories and includes case studies of different types of robots in action. Although ideal for robotics researchers and professionals, this book is also suitable for use as a supporting textbook in advanced robotics courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.SECTION I: ETHICAL ASPECT OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS When Robots Do Wrong; David Levy Introduction Blame the Robot? The Robot as a Quasi-Person The Robot as a Quasi-Animal The Robot as a Man-Made Object Punishing the Robot Blaming the Robot - Summary Blaming Homo Sapiens A Question of Trust Negligence and Product Liability Laws The First Robot Fatality Robots and the Laws of Negligence Robots and the Laws of Product Liability When Robots are Modified or Misused Other Considerations of Legal Responsibility Summary of Legal Considerations Robot Cars Insurance Summary and Conclusions Bibliography SECTION II: PHILOSOPHICAL ASPECT OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS Designing Modular AI Robots Inspired by Amerindian Material Culture Introduction Evolution of Technology and Ideas The Amerindian World and the Techno- Animistic Paradigm Shift Animism: Material & Metamorphosis Egalitarian Societies Formation of a Robotic Community Conclusion Bibliography SECTION III: CHEMICAL ASPECT OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS A Learning Planet; Hans Sprong Introduction Perspective The Second Law The Control of Fire Emergence of Learning Of Men and Centaurs The Great Escape Bibliography SECTION IV: PHYSICAL ASPECT OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS Embodiment in Cognitive Robotics: An Update; Paolo Barattini Introduction Talking Chinese, Meaning and Recent Theoretical Debate Recent Practical Implementations of the Embodiment of Emotions, Motivations and Intentional States Conclusions Bibliography Imagined Physics: Exploring Examples of Shape-changing Interfaces; Tim R. Merritt, Mie Norgaard, Christian O. Laursen, Majken K. Rasmussen , and Marianne G. Petersen Introduction Shape-Changing Interfaces Examples from Our Courses Shape-Changing Tumbling Objects: bObles Shape-Changing with Light Shape-Changing Surfaces Imagined Physics Movement and Incidental Effects of Actuators Future Work Acknowledgements Bibliography SECTION V: CULTURAL & SOCIAL ASPECTS OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS Effects of Cultural Context and Social Role on Human - Robot Interaction; Pei-Luen Patrick Rau and Na Chen Introduction Effects of Cultural Context Factors Influencing Human - Robot Interaction Effects of Cultural Context on Decision Making Effects of Robots' Social Role: Autonomy Level and Group Orientation Social Robots Autonomy level of robots Group orientation Effects of robots' social role on decision making Future Work Bibliography A Cognitive Model for Human Willingness to Collaborate with Robots Introduction A Cognitive Model for Determining Human Willingness to Engage with Collaborative Robots Determinants Control Beliefs Behavioral Beliefs Normative Beliefs Cultural Robotics Future Research Conclusion Bibliography Social Cognition of Robots during Interacting with Humans; Alex Yu-Hung Chien and Von-Wun Soo Introduction Speech Acts and Dialogue Context Model Speech Acts As Dialogue Context Change Multiple Dialogue Contexts Physical Context Emotion model Social Relation Social Role Personality Preference Speech Act Model with Multiple Contexts Context Awareness in Dialogue Computational Model of Context Awareness Reasoning Using DBN Noisy-OR Model Isolated Contexts Experiment A Speech Act Model with Multiple Contexts Infer Social Context from Dialogue Noise in Dialogue Context Awareness Pragmatic Prediction with Dialogue Contexts The Most Likely Pragmatic Speech Acts Sequence Conclusion Bibliography SECTION VI: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECT OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS On the Crossroads of Cognitive Psychologyand Cognitive Robotics; Roy de Kleijn, George Kachergis , and Bernhard Hommel Early History of the Fields History of Cognitive Psychology The Computer Analogy Early Cognitive Robots Action Control Introduction Feedforward and Feedback Control in Humans Feedforward and Feedback Control in Robots Robotic Action Planning Acquisition of Action Control Introduction Human Action-Effect Learning Traditional Action-Effect Learning Research Motor Babbling Robotic Action-Effect Learning Directions for The Future Introduction Affordance Learning Everyday Action Planning Conclusion Bibliography SECTION VII: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ASPECT OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS A Bottom-Up Integration of Vision and Actions To Create Cognitive Humanoids; Jurgen Leitner Introduction A Cognitive Robotics Approach Perceiving the Environment Object Detection: icVision & CGP-IP Interacting with the Environment Collision Avoidance andWorld Model: MoBeE Action Repertoire: TRM & LEOGrasper Integration Closing the Action-Perception Loop Results Avoiding a Moving Obstacle Reaching and Grasping Objects Conclusions Bibliography


Szczegóły: Cognitive Robotics

Tytuł: Cognitive Robotics
Producent: Apple
ISBN: 9781482244564
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 230
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.57 kg


Recenzje: Cognitive Robotics

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Cognitive Robotics

  • Producent: Apple
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The kimono-clad android robot that recently made its debut as the new greeter at the entrance of Tokyo's Mitsukoshi department store is just one example of the rapid advancements being made in the field of robotics. Cognitive robotics is an approach to creating artificial intelligence in robots by enabling them to learn from and respond to real-world situations, as opposed to pre-programming the robot with specific responses to every conceivable stimulus. Presenting the contributions of international experts from various disciplines within the field, Cognitive Robotics provides novel material and discusses advanced approaches in the field of intelligent robotics. It explains the various aspects of the topic to provide readers with a solid foundation on the subject. This edited collection presents theoretical research in cognitive robotics. It takes a multidisciplinary approach that considers the artificial intelligence, physical, chemical, philosophical, psychological, social, cultural, and ethical aspects of this rapidly emerging field. The editor is a prominent researcher whose Lovotics research into emotional bonds with robots is widely recognized. Supplying an accessible introduction to cognitive robotics, the book considers computational intelligence for cognitive robotics based on informationally structured space. It examines how people respond to robots and what makes robots psychologically appealing to humans. The book contextualizes concepts in the history of studies on intelligence theories and includes case studies of different types of robots in action. Although ideal for robotics researchers and professionals, this book is also suitable for use as a supporting textbook in advanced robotics courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.SECTION I: ETHICAL ASPECT OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS When Robots Do Wrong; David Levy Introduction Blame the Robot? The Robot as a Quasi-Person The Robot as a Quasi-Animal The Robot as a Man-Made Object Punishing the Robot Blaming the Robot - Summary Blaming Homo Sapiens A Question of Trust Negligence and Product Liability Laws The First Robot Fatality Robots and the Laws of Negligence Robots and the Laws of Product Liability When Robots are Modified or Misused Other Considerations of Legal Responsibility Summary of Legal Considerations Robot Cars Insurance Summary and Conclusions Bibliography SECTION II: PHILOSOPHICAL ASPECT OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS Designing Modular AI Robots Inspired by Amerindian Material Culture Introduction Evolution of Technology and Ideas The Amerindian World and the Techno- Animistic Paradigm Shift Animism: Material & Metamorphosis Egalitarian Societies Formation of a Robotic Community Conclusion Bibliography SECTION III: CHEMICAL ASPECT OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS A Learning Planet; Hans Sprong Introduction Perspective The Second Law The Control of Fire Emergence of Learning Of Men and Centaurs The Great Escape Bibliography SECTION IV: PHYSICAL ASPECT OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS Embodiment in Cognitive Robotics: An Update; Paolo Barattini Introduction Talking Chinese, Meaning and Recent Theoretical Debate Recent Practical Implementations of the Embodiment of Emotions, Motivations and Intentional States Conclusions Bibliography Imagined Physics: Exploring Examples of Shape-changing Interfaces; Tim R. Merritt, Mie Norgaard, Christian O. Laursen, Majken K. Rasmussen , and Marianne G. Petersen Introduction Shape-Changing Interfaces Examples from Our Courses Shape-Changing Tumbling Objects: bObles Shape-Changing with Light Shape-Changing Surfaces Imagined Physics Movement and Incidental Effects of Actuators Future Work Acknowledgements Bibliography SECTION V: CULTURAL & SOCIAL ASPECTS OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS Effects of Cultural Context and Social Role on Human - Robot Interaction; Pei-Luen Patrick Rau and Na Chen Introduction Effects of Cultural Context Factors Influencing Human - Robot Interaction Effects of Cultural Context on Decision Making Effects of Robots' Social Role: Autonomy Level and Group Orientation Social Robots Autonomy level of robots Group orientation Effects of robots' social role on decision making Future Work Bibliography A Cognitive Model for Human Willingness to Collaborate with Robots Introduction A Cognitive Model for Determining Human Willingness to Engage with Collaborative Robots Determinants Control Beliefs Behavioral Beliefs Normative Beliefs Cultural Robotics Future Research Conclusion Bibliography Social Cognition of Robots during Interacting with Humans; Alex Yu-Hung Chien and Von-Wun Soo Introduction Speech Acts and Dialogue Context Model Speech Acts As Dialogue Context Change Multiple Dialogue Contexts Physical Context Emotion model Social Relation Social Role Personality Preference Speech Act Model with Multiple Contexts Context Awareness in Dialogue Computational Model of Context Awareness Reasoning Using DBN Noisy-OR Model Isolated Contexts Experiment A Speech Act Model with Multiple Contexts Infer Social Context from Dialogue Noise in Dialogue Context Awareness Pragmatic Prediction with Dialogue Contexts The Most Likely Pragmatic Speech Acts Sequence Conclusion Bibliography SECTION VI: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECT OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS On the Crossroads of Cognitive Psychologyand Cognitive Robotics; Roy de Kleijn, George Kachergis , and Bernhard Hommel Early History of the Fields History of Cognitive Psychology The Computer Analogy Early Cognitive Robots Action Control Introduction Feedforward and Feedback Control in Humans Feedforward and Feedback Control in Robots Robotic Action Planning Acquisition of Action Control Introduction Human Action-Effect Learning Traditional Action-Effect Learning Research Motor Babbling Robotic Action-Effect Learning Directions for The Future Introduction Affordance Learning Everyday Action Planning Conclusion Bibliography SECTION VII: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ASPECT OF COGNITIVE ROBOTICS A Bottom-Up Integration of Vision and Actions To Create Cognitive Humanoids; Jurgen Leitner Introduction A Cognitive Robotics Approach Perceiving the Environment Object Detection: icVision & CGP-IP Interacting with the Environment Collision Avoidance andWorld Model: MoBeE Action Repertoire: TRM & LEOGrasper Integration Closing the Action-Perception Loop Results Avoiding a Moving Obstacle Reaching and Grasping Objects Conclusions Bibliography

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Szczegóły: Cognitive Robotics

Tytuł: Cognitive Robotics
Producent: Apple
ISBN: 9781482244564
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 230
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.57 kg


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