New paper just appeared in Royal Society Open Science: "Computational animal welfare: Towards cognitive architecture models of animal sentience, emotion and wellbeing"
- The AHA modelling framework uses several concepts that could be understood in different ways. Hence a brief glossary of terms would be helpful.
- To what degree are animals machines that respond mechanistically to inputs, and to what degree are they agents working for their future self-interest? Read about it at the Digital Life Norway.
- Two papers published by our new PhDs, Jacqueline Weidner and Camilla Jensen: Optimization models of hormone function
New paper in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution: "Decision-making from the animal perspective: Bridging ecology and subjective cognition"
New paper in Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures: "AHA: A general cognitive architecture for Darwinian agents"
A description of the cognitive architecture of the AHA agents.Tagged as : cognition
Some initial example results of the simulation.
Quick and dirty benchmark for AHA codeTagged as : AHA