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DoS2017 WS @ICDL-Epirob

Interdisciplinary Workshop The Development of the Self: from self-perception to interaction under uncertainty. @ International Conference on Developmental Learning and Epigenetic Robotics 2017, Lisbon. www.selfception.eu/developmentselfws

Pablo Lanillos

on 14 November 2017

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Transcript of DoS2017 WS @ICDL-Epirob

Shed some light on the development of the self
Computational models for artificial self
Steps toward future interdisciplinary research
Forward/inverse models
A predictor is learnt during interaction that maps SxAxT
Self distinction can be enabled through the error between the expected sense or action and the current perceived one
Inter-modal models
Capture the spatio-temporal relation between several sensor modalities.
Self distinction is an emergent property of the learned relation.
Modeling the Self
Body ownership
Body illusions
Bottom-up sensorimotor integration
Self/other distinction
Social Self
Body vs social self models
Self/other distinction
The role of Attention [Hikita2008,Lanillos2016]

Part I
Self in humans
Part I
Self in humans
Part II
Artificial self
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
WS@ICDL-EpiRob 2017 | selfception.workshop@gmail.com

Pablo Lanillos
, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Miriam Kyselo
, Technical University of Berlin, Germany
Lorenzo Jamone
, Queen Mary University of London, UK 

Program committee
Verena Hafner
, Humboldt University of Berlin.
Brian Scassellati
, Social lab. Yale, USA.
Yukie Nagai
, National Institute of Information Communications Technology, Japan.

Voluntary interaction
Katerina Fotopoulou
Louise P. Kirsch, University College
Philippe Rochat, Emory Infant and Child Lab
Miriam Kyselo, TU Berlin
L. Maister & M. Tsakiris Univ. London
A. Ciaunica Inst. Philosophy Porto
Verena Hafner, Humboldt Berlin
Yukie Nagai,
Nat. Inst. of Inf. & Comm. Tech., Japan
Part II
Artificial self
Justin W. Hart, Texas Uni.
Lorenzo Jamone
Queen Mary University of London, UK
Serena Ivaldi, INRIA France
M. Hoffman, Czech Tech. Uni.
A. Pitti, CNRS France
Varela, Thompson, Rosch 1991
Rochat, P. 2002
Y. Yamada, ...,Y. Kuniyoshi 2016

Embodied self
Self as an emergent consequence of sensorimotor integration
Tool extension
[Maravita and Iriki 2004]

Learning | Refinement | Adaptability | Plasticity
Ontogenetic vs philogenetic [Hommel 2003,Lanillos2017]
[Rochat, P. 2002,2010]
Artificial agents are completely different but...
Empirical evidences of the sensorimotor self
Such a learning system is a breakthrough in robotics
Self detection
Is this not a Self-recognition WS?
National Geographic 2009

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