Help: Research on Neural Systems which Learn to Behave?

Ashley Aitken ashley at cse.unsw.edu.au
Sat Jul 10 22:47:48 EST 1993


G'day,

I am interested in finding out about research labs around the world that are 
actively researching in the following area,

Real or simulated Robot Systems, or part thereof, which are capable of
Learning Sensory-Motor Maps and Complex Behaviours, and to some degree
Based on Neuroscience (ie biologically plausible neural networks). 

In particular, research on the cerebral neocortex and learning sensory-motor 
maps.  Two researchers that come to mind are Gerald Edelman (Neural Darwin 
Systems) and Michael Kuperstein (Neural Model of Adaptive Hand-Eye Coordin-
ation).

If you could please e-mail me any details I would be most grateful. If there
is enough interest I will post a summary.

Thanks in advance,
Ashley Aitken.

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