Adaptive Cyber-Physical Technologies with Attention Driven Commonsense Behaviours
Funding: 2012: $120,000
Project Member(s): Williams, M.
Funding or Partner Organisation: Lund University
Australian Research Council (ARC Discovery Projects)
Australian Research Council (Other funds for ARC projects)
Start year: 2012
Summary: Cyber-physical technologies exercise a profound and growing impact on society. This project will bring together and build on two recent breakthroughs in intelligent systems to address the key technical challenges preventing the development and application of adaptive cyber-physical technologies. The project will advance theory and allow intelligent cyber-physical systems to be realised in practice by developing an integrated bio-inspired framework, methods and tools for designing cyber-physical technologies that can reason in new and unforeseen situations that arise in applications in healthcare, aerospace, energy, healthcare, manufacturing, materials and transportation.
Abidi, S, Piccardi, M & Williams, M 2016, 'Static Action Recognition by Efficient Greedy Inference', Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision, IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision, IEEE, Lake Placid, NY, USA, pp. 1-8.
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Keywords: Intelligent Software AgentsSoftware Architectures for RobotsKnowledge Representation
FOR Codes: Adaptive Agents and Intelligent Robotics, Expanding Knowledge in the Information and Computing Sciences, Conceptual Modelling, Expanding Knowledge in Psychology and Cognitive Sciences