Test and Evaluation Challenges of Embodied Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Bruce J. MacLennan
Recent developments is cognitive science, artificial intelligence (AI), and robotics promise a new generation of intelligent agents exhibiting more of the capabilities of naturally intelligent agents. These new approaches are based on neuroscience research and improved understanding of the role of the body in efficient cognition. Although these approaches present many advantages and opportunities, they also raise issues in the testing and evaluation of future AI systems and robots. We discuss the problems and possible solutions.
Published 2008-08-22 04:00:00 as ut-cs-08-628 (ID:103)