Aaron Sloman, Jeremy Wyatt, Nick Hawes, Jackie Chappell, Geert-Jan M. Kruijff
This paper discusses some of the long term objectives of cognitive robotics and some of the requirements for meeting those objectives that are still a very long way off. These include requirements for visual perception, for architectures, for kinds of learning, and for innate competences needed to drive learning and development in a variety of different environments. The work arises mainly out of research on requirements for forms of representation and architectures within the PlayMate scenario, which is a scenario concerned with a robot that perceives, interacts with and talks about 3-D objects on a tabletop, one of the scenarios in the EC-funded CoSy Robotics project.
Subjects: 4. Cognitive Modeling; 19. Vision
Submitted: Jun 1, 2006