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Selected readings on cognitive architectures

The article that reports our current implementation of the Enactive Cognitive Architecture (ECA), similar to that used in the demonstrations on Page 63:

As a basis for comparison, you can get a sense of the number and variety of BICAs that are out there (but we don't know any of them who would claim affiliation to the embodiment and developmental paradigm):

To move on towards higher-level intelligence, we expect that internal simulation of courses of events will be decisive, and ECA supports this. In particular, we believe in the hypothesis supported by Prof. Buzsáki that spatial navigation might ground higher-level reasoning:

This ends Lesson 6. The participants of the IDEAL MOOC may go back to their session in Claroline Connect to answer the quiz.

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