Dr Anthony Morse
School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Post-doctoral Research Fellow - I-Talk Project
My primary research interests are theories and robotic models of sensorimotor / affordance learning, in particular how experience shapes perceptual abilities in an integrated cognitive system, and how social interaction scaffolds this process. This draws heavily on sensorimotor theories of enaction, perception, and affordances. To date my practical focus has been on the development and integration of models of biological systems exhibiting psychological phenomena. While my theoretical work highlights the importance of affordances discovered through embodied sensorimotor interaction which subsequently shape the development of an agent.
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