Research Topic on Cognitive Inspired Aspects of Robot Learning
Frontiers in Neurorobotics

This Research Topic focuses on the state-of-the-art in cognitive-inspired aspects of robot learning. It is an associated activity of the Latin American Summer School on Cognitive Robotics (LACORO). This Research Topic welcomes novel contributions to new theoretical methods and applications that align with the topics covered in LACORO, including but not limited to:
  • development of skills in biological systems and robots
  • principles and theories of development and learning
  • self-organizing behavior
  • models of human-human and human-robot interaction
  • Human-in-the-loop reinforcement learning and applications
  • multi-robot systems with human collaboration
  • non-verbal and multi-modal interaction
  • models on active learning
  • architectures for lifelong learning
  • the emergence of body and affordance perception
  • bio-inspired perceptual systems
  • continual sensorimotor learning
  • models for prediction, planning, and problem-solving
  • ethics and trust in computational intelligence and robotics
  • ethical reasoning and moral uncertainty
  • social learning in humans, animals, and robots
  • explainable robotic systems
  • robot prototyping of human and animal skills
  • models of perception in biological and artificial agents
  • cognitive computing

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