2009 - Member of Academia Europaea
Artificial intelligence, Cognitive science, Natural language processing, Robot and Autonomous agent are his primary areas of study. His study in Artificial life, Semantics, Lexicon, Expert system and Syntax is carried out as part of his studies in Artificial intelligence. His Cognitive science research includes elements of Self-organization, Communication, Connectionism, Communications system and On Language.
His Natural language processing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Syntax, Ambiguity and German. His Robot study combines topics in areas such as Language-game and Human–computer interaction. As a part of the same scientific study, Luc Steels usually deals with the Autonomous agent, concentrating on Theoretical computer science and frequently concerns with Set.
His primary scientific interests are in Artificial intelligence, Cognitive science, Robot, Human–computer interaction and Embodied cognition. Luc Steels interconnects Grammar and Natural language processing in the investigation of issues within Artificial intelligence. His Cognitive science research incorporates elements of Communication, Cognition, Language-game, Dynamics and Sociocultural evolution.
His research ties Communications system and Cognition together. His research on Embodied cognition frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Situated. His research on Lexicon frequently links to adjacent areas such as Ontology.
His primary areas of study are Artificial intelligence, Cognitive science, Fluid construction grammar, Natural language processing and Grammar. His Artificial intelligence research focuses on Language acquisition and how it relates to Action language. His Cognitive science study incorporates themes from Communication, Embodied cognition, Cognition, Language-game and Sociocultural evolution.
Luc Steels combines subjects such as Grammar learning and Rule-based machine translation with his study of Fluid construction grammar. His work deals with themes such as Agreement and Grammaticalization, which intersect with Grammar. His Robot study deals with Human–computer interaction intersecting with Perceptual system.
Luc Steels mostly deals with Artificial intelligence, Grammar, Cognitive science, Natural language processing and Fluid construction grammar. His studies deal with areas such as Language acquisition and Software engineering as well as Artificial intelligence. His studies in Cognitive science integrate themes in fields like Cognition, Sociocultural evolution, On Language and Meaning.
His Natural language processing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Object, Subject, Argument and Set. His work in Fluid construction grammar addresses issues such as Rule-based machine translation, which are connected to fields such as Software design pattern, Programming language, Design pattern, Deep linguistic processing and German. Within one scientific family, Luc Steels focuses on topics pertaining to Human–computer interaction under Robot, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Language-game and Perceptual system.
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Components of expertise
Ai Magazine (1990)
Cooperation between distributed agents through self-organisation
intelligent robots and systems (1990)
The artificial life roots of artificial intelligence
Artificial Life (1993)
The synthetic modeling of language origins
Evolution of Communication (1997)
Language networks: Their structure, function, and evolution
Ricard V. Solé;Bernat Corominas-Murtra;Sergi Valverde;Luc Steels.
A self-organizing spatial vocabulary
Artificial Life (1995)
NoiseTube: Measuring and mapping noise pollution with mobile phones
Nicolas Maisonneuve;Matthias Stevens;Maria E. Niessen;Luc Steels.
In: Athanasiadis, IN and Mitkas, PA and Rizzoli, AE and Gómez, JM, (eds.) (pp. pp. 215-228). Springer (2009) (2009)
Evolving grounded communication for robots
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2003)
Coordinating perceptually grounded categories through language: A case study for colour
Luc Steels;Tony Belpaeme.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences (2005)
The Artificial Life Route to Artificial Intelligence: Building Embodied, Situated Agents
Luc Steels;Rodney Brooks.
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