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Exploration behaviors, body representations, and simulation processes for the development of cognition in artificial agents
G Schillaci, VV Hafner, B Lara
Frontiers in Robotics and AI 3, 39, 2016
692016
Evaluating the effect of saliency detection and attention manipulation in human-robot interaction
G Schillaci, S Bodiroža, VV Hafner
International Journal of Social Robotics 5, 139-152, 2013
572013
Random movement strategies in self-exploration for a humanoid robot
G Schillaci, VV Hafner
Proceedings of the 6th international conference on Human-robot interaction†…, 2011
332011
Predictive processing in cognitive robotics: a review
A Ciria, G Schillaci, G Pezzulo, VV Hafner, B Lara
Neural Computation 33 (5), 1402-1432, 2021
282021
Coupled inverse-forward models for action execution leading to tool-use in a humanoid robot
G Schillaci, VV Hafner, B Lara
Proceedings of the seventh annual ACM/IEEE international conference on Human†…, 2012
272012
Body representations for robot ego-noise modelling and prediction. towards the development of a sense of agency in artificial agents
G Schillaci, CN Ritter, VV Hafner, B Lara
ALIFE 2016, the Fifteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and†…, 2016
262016
Intrinsic motivation and episodic memories for robot exploration of high-dimensional sensory spaces
G Schillaci, A Pico Villalpando, VV Hafner, P Hanappe, D Colliaux, ...
Adaptive Behavior 29 (6), 549-566, 2021
242021
Internal simulations for behaviour selection and recognition
G Schillaci, B Lara, VV Hafner
Human Behavior Understanding: Third International Workshop, HBU 2012†…, 2012
242012
A self-organized internal models architecture for coding sensory–motor schemes
E Escobar-JuŠrez, G Schillaci, J Hermosillo-Valadez, B Lara-GuzmŠn
Frontiers in Robotics and AI 3, 22, 2016
222016
Prerequisites for an artificial self
VV Hafner, P Loviken, A Pico Villalpando, G Schillaci
Frontiers in neurorobotics 14, 5, 2020
212020
A deep convolutional neural network model for sense of agency and object permanence in robots
C Lang, G Schillaci, VV Hafner
2018 Joint IEEE 8th international conference on development and learning and†…, 2018
212018
Goal-directed learning of hand-eye coordination in a humanoid robot
M Schmerling, G Schillaci, VV Hafner
2015 joint IEEE international conference on development and learning and†…, 2015
192015
Is that me? Sensorimotor learning and self-other distinction in robotics
G Schillaci, VV Hafner, B Lara, M Grosjean
2013 8th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI†…, 2013
192013
An adaptive probabilistic approach to goal-level imitation learning
H Dindo, G Schillaci
2010 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems†…, 2010
192010
Online learning of visuo-motor coordination in a humanoid robot. a biologically inspired model
G Schillaci, VV Hafner, B Lara
4th International Conference on Development and Learning and on Epigenetic†…, 2014
172014
From field of view to field of reach-could pointing emerge from the development of grasping?
VV Hafner, G Schillaci
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 2011
172011
How do I sound like? Forward models for robot ego-noise prediction
A Pico, G Schillaci, VV Hafner, B Lara
2016 Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and†…, 2016
162016
Tracking emotions: intrinsic motivation grounded on multi-level prediction error dynamics
G Schillaci, A Ciria, B Lara
2020 Joint IEEE 10th International Conference on Development and Learning†…, 2020
142020
Sensorimotor learning and simulation of experience as a basis for the development of cognition in robotics
G Schillaci
Humboldt-Universitšt zu Berlin, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultšt II, 2014
122014
Prerequisites for intuitive interaction-on the example of humanoid motor babbling
G Schillaci, VV Hafner
HRI 2011 Workshop on Expectations in intuitive human-robot interaction†…, 2011
122011
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