What Sort of Computation Mediates Best Between Perception and Action?

M. Shanahan

This paper addresses the question of what sort of computation should be used to mediate between perception and action. Drawing on recent work in the area of Cognitive Robotics, the paper argues for the viability of an answer based on a rigorous, logical account of interleaved perception, planning and action. A number of common criticisms of approaches in this style are reviewed.

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