Exploring robotic minds : actions, symbols, and by Jun Tani

By Jun Tani

How do 'minds' paintings? In 'Exploring robot Minds', Jun Tani solutions this primary query through reviewing his personal pioneering neurorobotics learn project.

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Descartes considered that the cogito, a unique undoubtable being, should be taken as the initial point of any philosophical thoughts after everything in the world is discarded for its doubtfulness of being. He concluded that if he doubted, then something or someone must be doing the doubting, therefore the very fact that he doubted proved his existence (Williams, 2014). Husserl, taking on this thought, presented his idea that the world and objects should exist in terms of conscious representations in the cogito and that such conscious representations ought to be ideal ones.

Therefore, this precondition state of [“has bananas”] becomes the subgoal to be achieved in the next step. 1. Example Rules in GPS Rule # Action Precondition Add Delete Rule 1 “climb on chair” “at bananas,” “on chair” “at middle room,” “on floor” Rule 2 Rule 4 “push chair from door to middle room” “walk from door to middle room” “grasp bananas” “chair at middle room,” “at middle room,” “on floor” “chair at door,” “at door” Rule 5 “eat bananas” Rule 3 “at door,” “on floor” “at bananas,” “empty handed” “has bananas” “chair at middle “chair at door,” room,” “middle “at door” room” “at middle room” “at door” “has bananas” “empty handed” “empty handed,” “not hungry” “has bananas,” “hungry” 15 Cognitivism 15 same manner, the subgoal [“has bananas”] can be achieved by applying an action of [“grasp bananas”] with the precondition of [“at bananas”], which can be achieved again by applying another action of [“climb on chair”].

On the other hand, the transitive parts generate successive transitions from one substantive part to another in temporal association. This alternation between the two parts takes place only intermittently, and the duration of each substantive part can be quite different but only in terms of subjective feeling of time. Here, we can find a structural similarity to what Tohru Tani (1998) interpreted as consciousness flowing as well as stagnating when referring to Husserl’s flow of absolute consciousness.

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