This is the biannual newsletter of the computational developmental sciences and developmental robotics community, studying mechanisms of lifelong learning and development in machines and humans. It has progressively become a place of lively and inspiring scientific dialogues spanning an incredible network of topics over the years, with the contributions of many key actors of computational developmental sciences.
In the July 2014 issue, a CSRI initiated dialogue on the role of language in sensorymotor acquisition is hosted.
Autonomous Acquisition of Sensorimotor Experiences: Any Role for Language?
Language and Cognition: Occasions for Synthesis, but Not Surprise
|Katharina J. Rohlfing, Katrin S. Lohan, Benjamin Koch & Alessandra Sciutti|
Language Does Not Only Enrich — It Meddles with Action Understanding
Language Augments Cognition and Perception by Providing High-Level Hypotheses
Functions of Language: Communication Is Basic, Categorisation Is Derived
The Many Functions of Linguistic Labels
Towards Quantitative Studies of Early Cognitive Development
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