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Springer, Dordrecht

2019

304 pages

ISBN 978-3-030-03103-9

Springer Series in Cognitive and Neural Systems
vol. 12

Blended cognition

the robotic challenge

Edited by

Jordi Vallverd, Vincent C. Müller

This edited volume is about how unprejudiced approaches to real human cognition can improve the design of AI. It covers many aspects of human cognition and across 12 chapters the reader can explore multiple approaches about the complexities of human cognitive skills and reasoning, always guided by experts from different but complimentary academic fields.

Any person with interests on natural and artificial reasoning should read this book as a primary source of inspiration and a way to achieve a critical thinkingon these topics. 

Publication details

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-03104-6

Full citation [Harvard style]:

Vallverd, J. , Müller, V. C. (eds) (2019). Blended cognition: the robotic challenge, Springer, Dordrecht.

Blended cognition

Vallverdú Jordi

3-21

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Blended automation

Galanos Vassilis

85-95

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Can our robots rely on an emotionally charged vision-for-action?

Ferretti Gabriele; Chinellato Eris

99-126

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Modeling psycho-emotional states via neurosimulation of monoamine neurotransmitters

Talanov Max; Leukhin Alexey; Lövheim Hugo; Vallverdú Jordi

127-156

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Towards conversation envisioning for cognitive robots

Sadat Mirzaei Maryam; Zhang Qiang; Nishida Toyoaki

157-196

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The blending of human and autonomous-machine cognition

Earl Patterson Robert; Eggleston Robert G.

199-216

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Heuristics of numerical choice in economic contexts

Chen Kay-Yut; Levine Daniel S.

217-241

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Towards autonomous artificial agents?

Chanet Corentin; Eubelen David

245-272

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