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From human emotions to robot emotions

From human emotions to robot emotions,Jean-marc Fellous

From human emotions to robot emotions   (Citations: 21)
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Published in 2004.
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    • ...The traditional view that emotions reside in a single brain region such as the limbic system or amygdala has been disproved [8]...
    • ...Fellous instead suggests that emotions can be represented as dynamical patterns of neuromodulations [8]...

    Christopher P. Lee-Johnsonet al. Mobile Robot Navigation Modulated by Artificial Emotions

    • ...(5) where, Dr-l is the expected discount discipline value to the past state, and y and f3 are discount rate and attenuation rate, respectively...
    • ...The emotion value is updated when the agents cannot achieve the goal by equation (3 ) to (5)...

    KEIICHI HORIOet al. The decision making method added emotion judgment

    • ...These models appear consistent with recent neuroscience evidence that emotion effects on cognition may be implemented via neuromodulatory transmitters, acting globally on multiple brain structures [26]...

    Eva Hudlickaet al. Foundations for modelling emotions in game characters: Modelling emoti...

    • ...Inspired by Dörner [21] and Fellous [22], we model emotions as modulations of the robot’s planning and control parameters...

    Christopher P. Lee-johnsonet al. Emotion-based parameter modulation for a hierarchical mobile robot pla...

    • ...This is a known limitation and many authors have suggested ways of dealing with it (e.g., [6], [12], [17], [24], [25], [26], [27], [28], [29], [30])...
    • ...Suggestions have been proposed by [5], [6], [24], [25] and [30], based on the hypothesis that emotions have adaptive purposes...
    • ...In [25]’ functional view it is necessary to understand emotions as dynamic patterns of neuromodulation, instead of patterns of neural activity, as it is currently considered...
    • ...The results from a previous study [25] provides a list of functional properties of the emotion, such as the change in the autonomous and endocrinal systems, impulse of motivational behavior, communication, social interaction, improvement of the survival capacity, and better memory storage and recovery...
    • ...Although the author proposes a functional vision, his study also lists a few functions of emotions that “have natural robotics counterparts” [25]...
    • ...A solution to surpass them is strictly functional: instead of “what emotions are”, we must concentrate on “what emotions are for” [25]...
    • ...For [25] it is clear that “emotions have co-evolved with perceptual, cognitive and motor abilities.” and that affect “all levels of functions, from lowlevel motor control to planning and high-level cognition”...
    • ...[23], [25] affirm that typical explanations for the emotion function are based on the flexibility of agent behavior response to its environment...

    Jackeline Spinola De Freitaset al. Artificial Emotions: Are We Ready for Them?

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