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Commonsense and Embodied Agents A Panel Discussion

Summary: Commonsense and Embodied Agents
A Panel Discussion
Stuart C. Shapiro
Computer Science and Engineering
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Buffalo, NY, USA
Eyal Amir Henrik Grosskreutz David Randell Mikhail Soutchanski
Computer Science Computer Science V Electronic & Electrical Eng. Computer Science
Stanford University Aachen University of Technology Imperial College University of Toronto
Stanford, CA, USA Aachen, Germany London, UK Toronto, Canada
eyal@cs.stanford.edu grosskreutz@cs.rwth-aachen.de d.randell@ic.ac.uk mes@cs.toronto.edu
1 Introduction
The purpose of this panel is to discuss the implications for commonsense knowledge representation and
reasoning of implementing a robot/agent with all or most of the following characteristics:
The agent can act.
The agent can perceive.
The agent can communicate with humans.
The agent does first-person reasoning: the knowledge base and reasoning are the beliefs and reasoning
of the agent, rather than about it.


Source: Amir, Eyal - Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Shapiro, Stuart C. - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, State University of New York at Buffalo


Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences