Project Prof. Yukie Nagai is going to give a Plenary Talk at a world largest robotics conference called IROS

Project Prof. Yukie Nagai is going to give a Plenary Talk at the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), which is one of the world’s largest robotics conferences. Her talk title will be “Cognitive Development in Humans and Robots: New Insights into Intelligence.” This year’s conference will be held on demand, and its registration is free. Please […]

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Three Special Issues are looking for paper submissions

The following special issues co-edited by Proj. Prof. Yukie Nagai are looking for submissions: Research Topic “Affective Shared Perception” in Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience Research Topic “Human-Agent Interaction – Selected Papers from the 8th Edition of the HAI International Conference” in Frontiers in Robotics and AI Special Issue on Symbol Emergence in Robotics and Cognitive Systems in Advanced Robotics

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Project Prof. Nagai’s interview by Kodansha Bluebacks has been published

Project Prof. Nagai was interviewed by Kodansha Bluebacks. Our research activities at IRCN are introduced. 講談社ブルーバックス, “ロボットが教えてくれる「偏見のない世界」の作り方,” 2020年8月27日. [HP] WPIフォーラム, “ロボットが教えてくれる「偏見のない世界」の作り方(上),” 2020年8月27日. [HP] WPIフォーラム, “ロボットが教えてくれる「偏見のない世界」の作り方(下),” 2020年8月27日. [HP]

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Paper written by Dr. Stefan Heinrich has been accepted in SMC2020

A paper written by Dr. Stefan Heinrich has been accepted in the 2020 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics. It proposes a novel mechanism to optimize time scales of a recurrent neural network through learning. Stefan Heinrich and Yukie Nagai, “Learning Timescales in Gated and Adaptive Continuous Time Recurrent Neural Networks,” in Proceedings of the 2020 IEEE International […]

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Paper written by Dr. Anja Philippsen has been accepted in ICDL-EpiRob2020

A paper written by Dr. Anja Philippsen has been accepted in the 10th IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and on Epigenetic Robotics. It computationally analyzes the developmental change in representational drawing in human children. Anja Philippsen, Sho Tsuji, and Yukie Nagai, “Picture completion reveals developmental change in representational drawing ability: An analysis using a convolutional neural network,” in […]

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Paper written by Dr. Anja Philippsen has been accepted in IEEE TCDS

A paper written by Dr. Anja Philippsen has been accepted in IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems. It computationally investigates the cognitive difference between human children and chimpanzees based on the theory of predictive coding. Anja Philippsen and Yukie Nagai, “A predictive coding account for cognition in human children and chimpanzees: A case study of drawing,” IEEE Transactions on […]

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