Humanoids 2012 Workshop on Developmental Robotics
Can developmental robotics yield human-like cognitive abilities?
Osaka, Japan, November 29th, 2012
- Workshop takes place in Room MB, 6th floor of the conference venue. (Floor map)
|09:30-09:40||Welcome: Dr. Emre Ugur, ATR, Kyoto, Japan|
Action as a founding principle of cognitive development in humans and robots
Dr. Claes von Hofsten, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden.
Developmental Approach to Robotic Intelligence
Dr. Alexander Stoytchev, Iowa State University, USA.
The object pairing and matching task: Toward Montessori tests for robots
Connor Schenck* and Alexander Stoytchev
Using depth to increase robot visual attention accuracy during tutoring
Christian Penaloza*, Yasushi Mae, Kenichi Ohara and Tatsuo Arai
Keyword detection in human robot tutoring scenarios
Christian Dondrup*, Katrin Solveig Lohan, Joe Saunders, Hagen Lehmann, Chrystopher Nehaniv and Britta Wrede
Developmental Robotics: Where from and Where to (a personal view)
Dr. Giulio Sandini, Italian Institute of Technology, Genova, Italy.
Integrating visual perception and manipulation for autonomous learning of object representations
Dr. Ales Ude, Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Forming goal-directed memory for cognitive development
Erhard Wieser* and Gordon Cheng
Goal babbling: a new concept for early sensorimotor exploration
Matthias Rolf* and Jochen Steil
Uterine environment guides organization of somatosensory area: a computational approach
Akimasa Nakashima*, Yasunori Yamada and Yasuo Kuniyoshi
Development of functional hierarchy for actions and motor imageries: a synthetic neurorobotics experiment
Dr. Jun Tani, Korean Advanced Science and Technology, Korea.
Towards robots with teleological action and language understanding
Britta Wrede*, Katharina Rohlfing, Jochen Steil, Sebastian Wrede, Pierre-Yves Oudeyer and Jun Tani
Central tendency in space perception varies in development and is altered in human-robot interactive tasks
Alessandra Sciutti*, Andrea Del Prete, Lorenzo Natale, David Burr, Giulio Sandini and Monica Gori
Cognitive development through a neurologically-based learning framework
John Nassour* and Gordon Cheng
Closing remarks: Constructive Developmental Science Based on Understanding the Process from Neuro-Dynamics to Social Interaction
Dr. Minoru Asada, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan