Embodied Cognition & Autonomous Agent Modeling

From Development to Ethical Implications

Relevant Presentations & Publications:

  • Ohayon E. L., A. Lee, A. Lam. Are the foundations for embodied activity already embedded in heterogeneous laminar networks? Society for Neuroscience Abstracts (2014) 499.12 / DP06.02. Washington, DC. [Note: Chosen by SfN to be featured as a dynamic poster] [PDF]
  • Ohayon, E. L. Wait, did that just move? Strange embodied behavior in naive spatial networks. Principles of Autonomous Neurodynamics XI (2014). Paris, France.
  • Lee, A. K., A. Lam, and E. L. Ohayon. Developing an Open Source Model for Studying Embodied Cognition and its Relationship to Spatial Neural Networks. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts (2013) 797.12. San Diego, CA. [PDF]
  • Lee, A. K., A. Lam, and E. L. Ohayon. Social Dimensions and Ethical Issues in the Use of Embodied Modeling with Autonomous Agents in Neuroscience Research. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts (2013) 27.03. San Diego, CA. [PDF]
  • Ohayon, E. L., Lee, A. K., and A. Lam. On Developing Open, Green and Autonomous Principles for Embodied Network Modeling. Principles of Autonomous Neurodynamics X. Pune, India (2013)
  • Ohayon, E.L., H.C. Kwan, W.M. Burnham, P. Suffczynski, and S. Kalitzin (2004) Emergent Complex Patterns in Autonomous Distributed Systems: Mechanisms for Attention Recovery and Relation to Models of Clinical Epilepsy, Invited Paper: Special Session: Embodiment of Anticipation and Attention in Cybernetic Systems. Proceedings of IEEE SMC 2004 Vol 2:2066-2072. [PDF]