In previous woks we have introduced a distributed neural
architecture for the generation of complex behaviors in evolutionary
robotics. In this paper we show how this architecture is able to create its
own categories about the sensed world of a robot by direct interaction of
the body with the environment. The distributed elements of the architecture
cooperate to express the categories on an inner world that is easily
accessible from the outside. We conclude the paper with an explanation
of how the inner world created by the robot can be used to gain some
insight into the mind-body problem.
CitacióTéllez, R.; Angulo, C. Embodying Cognitive Abilities: Categorization. A: International Work-Conference on Artificial Neural Networks. "9th International Work-Conference on Artificial Neural Networks. IWANN 2007". Sant Sebastián: Springer, 2007, p. 790-797.