List of John Benjamins publications for which Angelo Cangelosi plays a role.
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
Heads, shoulders, knees and toes: What developmental robotics can tell us about language acquisition. Current 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. 39–642020.
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
Temporal patterns in multi-modal social interaction between elderly users and service robot. Human Robot Collaborative Intelligence: Theory and applications, Yang, Chenguang, Xiaofeng Liu, Junpei Zhong and Angelo Cangelosi (eds.), pp. 4–242019.
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
Human robot collaborative intelligence: Theory and applications. Human Robot Collaborative Intelligence: Theory and applications, Yang, Chenguang, Xiaofeng Liu, Junpei Zhong and Angelo Cangelosi (eds.), pp. 1–32019.
Children’s referent selection and word learning: Insights from a developmental robotic system. Interaction Studies 17:1, pp. 101–1272016.
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
Progress on evolution of communication and Interaction Studies. Language as Social Coordination: An evolutionary perspective, Raczaszek-Leonardi, Joanna and Stephen J. Cowley (eds.), pp. vii–xvi2012.
Cross-situational and supervised learning in the emergence of communication. Interaction Studies 12:1, pp. 119–1332011.
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
The grounding and sharing of symbols. Cognition Distributed: How cognitive technology extends our minds, Dror, Itiel E. and Stevan Harnad (eds.), pp. 83–922008.
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
The grounding and sharing of symbols. Distributed Cognition, Harnad, Stevan and Itiel E. Dror (eds.), pp. 275–2852006.
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
The adaptive advantage of symbolic theft over sensorimotor toil: Grounding language in perceptual categories. The Evolution of Grounded Communication, Steels, Luc (ed.), pp. 117–1422001.