Angelo Cangelosi

List of John Benjamins publications for which Angelo Cangelosi plays a role.

Journal

Book series

Title

Human Robot Collaborative Intelligence: Theory and applications

Edited by Chenguang Yang, Xiaofeng Liu, Junpei Zhong and Angelo Cangelosi

Special issue of Interaction Studies 20:1 (2019) vi, 204 pp.
Subjects Artificial Intelligence | Cognition and language | Evolution of language | Interaction Studies

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Twomey, Katherine E. and Angelo Cangelosi 2020 Heads, shoulders, knees and toes: What developmental robotics can tell us about language acquisitionCurrent Perspectives on Child Language Acquisition: How children use their environment to learn, Rowland, Caroline F., Anna L. Theakston, Ben Ambridge and Katherine E. Twomey (eds.), pp. 39–64
Decades of research have brought us a long way in understanding the many factors that affect language acquisition. However, while a wealth of empirical studies have characterised children’s language learning behaviours, from pre-speech to syntax, until relatively recently researchers have been… read more | Chapter
Ning, Wang, Alessandro Di Nuovo, Angelo Cangelosi and Ray Jones 2019 Temporal patterns in multi-modal social interaction between elderly users and service robotHuman Robot Collaborative Intelligence: Theory and applications, Yang, Chenguang, Xiaofeng Liu, Junpei Zhong and Angelo Cangelosi (eds.), pp. 4–24
Social interaction, especially for older people living alone is a challenge currently facing human-robot interaction (HRI). There has been little research on user preference towards HRI interfaces. In this paper, we took both objective observations and participants’ opinions into account in… read more | Article
Yang, Chenguang, Xiaofeng Liu, Junpei Zhong and Angelo Cangelosi 2019 Human robot collaborative intelligence: Theory and applicationsHuman Robot Collaborative Intelligence: Theory and applications, Yang, Chenguang, Xiaofeng Liu, Junpei Zhong and Angelo Cangelosi (eds.), pp. 1–3
Editorial
Twomey, Katherine E., Anthony F. Morse, Angelo Cangelosi and Jessica S. Horst 2016 Children’s referent selection and word learning: Insights from a developmental robotic systemInteraction Studies 17:1, pp. 101–127
It is well-established that toddlers can correctly select a novel referent from an ambiguous array in response to a novel label. There is also a growing consensus that robust word learning requires repeated label-object encounters. However, the effect of the context in which a novel object is… read more | Article
Dautenhahn, Kerstin and Angelo Cangelosi 2013 Progress on evolution of communication and interaction studiesInteraction Studies 14:1, pp. 1–6
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Dautenhahn, Kerstin and Angelo Cangelosi 2012 Progress on evolution of communication and Interaction StudiesLanguage as Social Coordination: An evolutionary perspective, Raczaszek-Leonardi, Joanna and Stephen J. Cowley (eds.), pp. vii–xvi
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Fontanari, Jose Fernando and Angelo Cangelosi 2011 Cross-situational and supervised learning in the emergence of communicationInteraction Studies 12:1, pp. 119–133
Scenarios for the emergence or bootstrap of a lexicon involve the repeated interaction between at least two agents who must reach a consensus on how to name N objects using H words. Here we consider minimal models of two types of learning algorithms: cross-situational learning, in which the… read more | Article
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Cangelosi, Angelo 2008 The grounding and sharing of symbolsCognition Distributed: How cognitive technology extends our minds, Dror, Itiel E. and Stevan Harnad (eds.), pp. 83–92
The double function of language, as a social/communicative means, and as an individual/ cognitive capability, derives from its fundamental property that allows us to internally re-represent the world we live in. This is possible through the mechanism of symbol grounding, i.e., the ability to… read more | Article
Cangelosi, Angelo 2006 The grounding and sharing of symbolsDistributed Cognition, Harnad, Stevan and Itiel E. Dror (eds.), pp. 275–285
The double function of language, as a social/communicative means, and as an individual/cognitive capability, derives from its fundamental property that allows us to internally re-represent the world we live in. This is possible through the mechanism of symbol grounding, i.e., the ability to… read more | Article
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