Author C. Salge
Christoph Salge is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Hertfordshire, where he obtained a PhD for his work on information-theoretic models of social interaction. He recently completed a Marie-Curie Global Fellowship at NYU focused on the use of intrinsic reward and intrinsic motivation in videogame AI and robotics. He has also investigated the human perception of intrinsically motivated robots. His interest is in the principles that adapt intelligence in general, and in how to formalize them computationally.

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Guckelsberger C. & Salge C. (2016) Does empowerment maximisation allow for enactive artificial agents. In: Gershenson C., Froese T., Siqueiros J. M., Aguilar W., Izqueirdo E. J. & Sayama H. (eds.) Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (Alife 2016). MIT Press, Cambridge MA: 704–711. Fulltext at
Guckelsberger C., Salge C. & Polani D. (2020) The Relationship of Future State Maximization and von Foerster’s Ethical Imperative Through the Lens of Empowerment. Constructivist Foundations 16(1): 057–060. Fulltext at
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