IROS 2020

Going Cognitive: A Demonstration of the Utility of Task-General Cognitive Architectures for Adaptive Robotic Task Performance

After teaching using cognitive architecture, Fetch is asked to describe how to assemble a caddy

It has been claimed that a main advantage of cognitive architectures (compared to other types of specialized robotic architectures) is that they are task-general and can thus learn to perform any task as long as they have the right perceptual and action primitives. In this paper, we provide empirical evidence for this claim by… Continue reading Going Cognitive: A Demonstration of the Utility of Task-General Cognitive Architectures for Adaptive Robotic Task Performance

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