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Dear Dad,

I’m really proud of that paper. You can hear bits of my wording creeping in, due to suggestions given to Arka when he finalised it.

This does represent a start point for using deep learning, which has been crucially productive in many different applications already, and is just beginning.
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Written by Luke Dunn

September 10, 2017 at 11:17 am

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A Model of Social Robotics

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Social robots interact with each other through enacting “transactions“.

A transaction consists of two parts:
– an initial gambit by one bot
– a response gambit by the other bot

A gambit consists of two components:
semantic component
emotional component

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Written by Luke Dunn

October 19, 2012 at 2:29 pm

Posted in robotics