Understanding and replicating language processing research in robots using Darwinian neurodynamics
This project seeks to elaborate the Neural Replicator Hypothesis (NRH) – the missing ingredient of the true Darwinian neurodynamics of replicators within the brain itself. The investigation was done in three ways. The hypothesis was first worked out using formal models and computer simulations. Secondly, its empirical relevance was tested coming from the perspectives on neurophysiology and human psychology. Lastly, its ICT application potential was tested in two critical domains: robotics and language communication.
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