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Context in Robots

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Abstract: In many of our cognitive capabilities and perceptual processes, we (humans) rely on vast amount of background knowledge and stimuli that we call context. Robots that are expected to populate our daily lives in near future should use such contextual information, and perceive, act, reason and plan accordingly. In this talk, after providing a short summary of how context helps us (humans) and the use of contextual cues in the robotics literature, I will present some of our recent work on incremental and hierarchical modeling of context in robots.

This talk is part of the Rainbow Group Seminars series.

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