When robots fail: The complex processes of learning and development

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (6):1067-1068 (2001)
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Although robots can contribute to the understanding of biological behavior, they fail to model the processes by which humans cope with their environment. Both development and learning are characterized by complex relationships that require constant modification. Given present technology, robots can only model behaviors in specific situations and during discrete stages. Robots cannot master the complex relationships that are the hallmark of human behavior.



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