Part 1: The first talk will start with a short review of some basics of AI and computer science. Michael Beetz will also present some interesting examples in the world of cognition-enabled manipulation.
In this course, David Vernon presents the 10th module of the "Design & Implementation of Cognition-enabled Robot Agents" series. The learning goals of this module enables you to:
Part 1: In his first of three talks, David Vernon gives a concise and coherent overview of cognitive architecture. He begins by explaining the concept of cognition as an umbrella term that encompasses perception, learning, anticipation, action, and adaptation. Cognition allows robots to work independently in challenging environments, to adapt to changes, and to anticipate events in preparing their actions. If cognition was the top of a mountain and the goal to be achieved, architecture would be the base camp that needs to be set up first.