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Intelligent behavior in animals and robots

David McFarland

Intelligent behavior in animals and robots

by David McFarland

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Published by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animal intelligence.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid McFarland, Thomas Bösser.
    SeriesComplex adaptive systems
    ContributionsBösser, Tom, 1947-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi,308 p. :
    Number of Pages308
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22317025M
    ISBN 100262132931

    This is a great book that describes and explains different robots that have been designed based on animal traits. Including what inspired them and what they are used for. It has great visuals of the robots as well as the animals that inspired a particular robot and /5. Plants are astonishing in their own right and deserve to be given the same ethical status as animals, says Richard Mabey. Above, native tulips on the island of Crete, in Greece.

    The hypothesis that intelligent behavior in plants may be an emergent property of cells exchanging signals in a network might sound far-fetched, yet the way that intelligence emerges from a Author: Michael Pollan. In this review, I summarize a few key ideas about animal cognition developed in a recent book D.H Brainard, J.A EndlerColour perception and the use of video playback experiments in animal behaviour. Animal Behaviour, 56 (), pp. Intelligent Behavior in Animals and Robots, MIT Press, Cambridge ()Cited by:

    References to this book. Intelligent Behavior in Animals and Robots David McFarland, Tom Bösser, Tom Bosser Limited preview - Reframing Health Behavior Change With Behavioral Economics Warren K. Bickel, Rudy E. Vuchinich No preview available - All Book Search results ». McFarland D. () The Biology of Behavior — Criteria for Success in Animals and Robots. In: Steels L. (eds) The Biology and Technology of Intelligent Autonomous Agents. NATO ASI Series (Series F: Computer and Systems Sciences), vol Cited by: 1.


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Similarly, in designing robots capable of intelligent behavior, what matters is the behavioral outcome. McFarland and Bösser address the problem of how to assess the consequences of robot behavior in a way that is meaningful in terms of the robot's intended role, comparing animal and robot in relation to rational behavior, goal seeking, task.

Intelligence takes many forms. This exciting study explores the novel insight, basedon well-established ethological principles, that animals, humans, and autonomous robots can all beanalyzed as multi-task autonomous control systems.

Biological adaptive systems, the authors argue,can in fact provide a better understanding of intelligence and rationality than that provided bytraditional Get this from a library.

Intelligent behavior in animals and robots. [David McFarland; Tom Bösser] -- Explores the notion that animals, humans, and autononous robots can all be analyzed as multi-task autonomous control systems. The authors argue that a bee's accuracy in navigating indicates as much.

Intelligent Behavior in Animals and Robots represents an emerging field at the intersection of comparative psychology, cognitive science, artificial life, and robotics that is likely to have a tremendous impact on science and by: Intelligent Behavior in Animals and Robots represents an emerging field at the intersection of comparative psychology, cognitive science, artificial life, and robotics that is likely to have a tremendous impact on science and technology.

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Similarly, in designing robots capable of intelligent behavior, what matters is the behavioral and and Bosser address the problem of how to assess the consequences of robot behavior in a way that is meaningful in terms of the robot's intended role, comparing animal and robot in relation to rational behavior, goal seeking, task.

Intelligent Behavior Animals Robots Nature is nothing if not ingenious, filled with adaptations and specialties we’ve learned to use to our advantage.

Scientists are now attempting to go one step further by mimicking animals talents — in the water, on land and in the air — in intelligent robotic animals that will be able to find their way. This approach has been applied toward the formation of vision-based dynamic and intelligent behaviors in mechanical animals such as a dog-like robot and an ape-like robot.

This chapter also introduces the remote-brained approach, and describes some remote-brained robots and visual processes for adaptive and interactive behaviors with them. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Intelligent Behavior in Animals and Robots (Complex Adaptive Systems) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.4/5.

adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. Similarly, in designing robots capable of intelligent behavior, what matters is the behavioral and and Bösser address the problem of how to assess the consequences of robot behavior in a way that is meaningful in terms of the robot's intended role, comparing animal and robot in relation to rational behavior, goal seeking, task.

Biomimetic robots – machines designed to emulate actions performed by humans or animals – can be a powerful tool for studying behavioral interactions in wild or captive animals (Webb Author: Gail Patricelli.

Evolutionary robotics is a new technique for the automatic creation of autonomous robots. Inspired by the Darwinian principle of selective reproduction of the fittest, it views robots as autonomous artificial organisms that develop their own skills in close interaction with the environment and without human intervention.

Drawing heavily on biology and ethology, it uses the tools of neural. Robotics and Intelligent Systems A Virtual Reference Book Robert F. Stengel Princeton University Princeton, NJ Septem The Robotics and Intelligent Systems Virtual Reference Book is an assemblage of bookmarks for web pages that contain educational material.

The Table of Contents summarizes the Bookmarks Menu and provides links to each chapter. The Bookmarks Menu is. Researchers from institutions across the country, including UC Berkeley and Stanford, discovered that the bigger the brain, the more the animal is able to exhibit self-control, which the team defines as the ability to inhibit powerful but ultimately counter-productive behavior.

Testing bonobos, chimpanzees, gorillas, olive baboons, stump-tailed. 4 BRAIN-INSPIRED INTELLIGENT ROBOTICS: THE INTERSECTION OF ROBOTICS AND NEUROSCIENCE Creating more intelligent robots through brain-inspired computing Bo Zhang1,4*, Luping Shi2,4, and Sen Song3,4.

Other articles where Animal intelligence is discussed: animal learning: Complex problem solving: that animals might differ in intelligence, with those more closely related to humans sharing more of their intellectual abilities, is commonly traced back to Charles Darwin.

This is because the acceptance of Darwin’s theory of evolution was at the expense of the ideas of the French philosopher. Robotic animals have been introduced to living mammals, 31, 32 birds, reptiles, 37, 38 fish and invertebrates.

For a cursory review Cited by: Intelligent behavior is created by the dynamic, ongoing interaction between the body, the brain, and the world in which the body-brain lives.

Biorobots Photograph by John Long. The word robot can refer to both physical robots and virtual software agents, but the latter are usually referred to as bots.

There is no consensus on which machines qualify as robots but there is general agreement among experts, and the public, that robots tend to possess some or all of the following abilities and functions: accept electronic programming, process data or physical perceptions.How Intelligent is your Intelligent Robot?

December ate and Test [10]. Dennett argues that adap-tation requires actions (in response to some stimulus) to be generated and tested by an an-imal, and classifies animals according to the mechanism employed.

Dennett’s tower is set of conceptual creatures each one of which isFile Size: KB.Cognitive robotics is concerned with endowing a robot with intelligent behavior by providing it with a processing architecture that will allow it to learn and reason about how to behave in response to complex goals in a complex world.

Cognitive robotics may be considered the engineering branch of embodied cognitive science and embodied embedded cognition.