Part 9: Learning is a topic that concerns us all. We learn new things every day or repeat what we have already learned. But what is the best way to learn? And can we map this knowledge onto algorithms? John Laird addresses these questions in his exciting presentation and tries to give us answers.
Part 4: In this presentation John Leird talks about the integration of perception and action in the soar cognitive architecture. In addition, exciting theses concerning cognition in psychology are included.
In this talk, I review the Soar cognitive architecture, including the motivation for cognitive architecture, the history of Soar, the applications it has been applied to, and our current research on Interactive Task Learning. I then discuss Soar from the standpoint of an open-source research project: positives, negatives, and challenges.