ICARUS: A Unified Cognitive Architecture
August 6, 2012 11:00 AM
ICARUS is a cognitive architecture that aims for general intelligence. In this talk, we briefly cover the cognitive architecture movement in the field of cognitive science and introduce ICARUS. Using an urban driving domain as an illustrative example, we explain the architecture’s representation and memories, inference and execution mechanisms, and problem solving and learning modules. We list the domains in which ICARUS has been used and show two sample videos of its performance in urban driving and humanoid robot control.
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