How active inference could help revolutionise robotics
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SourceEntropy, 24, 3, (2022), article 361
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SW OZ DCC AI
SubjectCognitive artificial intelligence
Recent advances in neuroscience have characterised brain function using mathematical formalisms and first principles that may be usefully applied elsewhere. In this paper, we explain how active inference - a well-known description of sentient behaviour from neuroscience - can be exploited in robotics. In short, active inference leverages the processes thought to underwrite human behaviour to build effective autonomous systems. These systems show state-of-the-art performance in several robotics settings; we highlight these and explain how this framework may be used to advance robotics.
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