Robot learns using the same methods that teach babies new words
By RBR Staff
August 24, 2012
It has long been recognized that there is in practice a great deal of variation in spontaneous speech.
This work shows the potential of human-interaction systems to be used in studies of language acquisition, and the iterative development methodology highlights how the embodied nature of interaction may bring to light important factors in the dynamics of language acquisition that would otherwise not occur to modelers.
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