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Ziemke T. (2001) The construction of “reality” in the robot: Constructivist perspectives on situated AI and adaptive robotics. Foundations of Science 6(1): 163–233. Fulltext at
This paper discusses different approaches in cognitive science and artificial intelligence research from the perspective of radical constructivism, addressing especially their relation to the biologically based theories of von Uexküll, Piaget as well as Maturana and Varela. In particular recent work in ‘New AI’ and adaptive robotics on situated and embodied intelligence is examined, and we discuss in detail the role of constructive processes as the basis of situatedness in both robots and living organisms.

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