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Transforming Robotics With Biologically Inspired Learning Models

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Aisha Sohail, Heather Ames and Jasmin Leveille running simulations of artificial visual system.

Aisha Sohail, Heather Ames and Jasmin Leveille run simulations of the artificial visual system in Cog.

Credit: Massimiliano Versace, CELEST, Boston University


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Image of the robot Viguar learning to approach and avoid cylindrical red and green cyclinders.

The video shows initial testing of a robot that has learned to associate likes and dislikes with a particular color in its environment. The video shows a robot navigating in the environment that consists of red and green cylindrical objects and the dynamics of learning in the Cog environment, which researchers used to generate the model that controls the robot.

Credit: Gennady Livitz, CELEST, Boston University


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