Lecture @ EASE Fall School on Cognition-enabled Robotics

EASE Fall School, University of Bremen (2022)
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Abstract

Commonsense reasoning is one of the main open problems in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) while, on the other hand, seems to be a very intuitive and default reasoning mode in humans and other animals. In this lecture, I will present the TCL reasoning framework that has been developed to address  the problem of dynamic, goal-directed, knowledge invention and will show how it has been applied to different case studies and applications in the areas of cognitive robotics, cognitive architectures and computational creativity. 

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Antonio Lieto
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