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Di Paolo E. A. (2003) Organismically-inspired robotics: Homeostatic adaptation and teleology beyond the closed sensorimotor loop. In: Murase K. & Asakura T. (eds.) Dynamical Systems Approach to Embodiment and Sociality. Advanced Knowledge International, Adelaide: 19–42. Fulltext at
Excerpt: In time, it was perhaps inevitable that artificial intelligence should turn to biology. Ob- serving the richness of animal behaviour provides us with inspiration and aspirations for robotics, and it is only natural that we should start by imitating only selected properties of biological systems. It is definitely not the message of this paper that this practice should be abandoned. On the contrary, it should be pursued with more seriousness. We should aspire to imitate the principles of the biological world (as opposed to imitating


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