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Attentive Self-Modifying Cognitive Architecture

Project description

Attentive Self-Modifying (ASMO) is a flexible, intuitive and powerful cognitive architecture inspired from human cognition for faster and easier development of robotics, internet of things (IoT) and software applications.

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    author = {Novianto, Rony},
    title = {Flexible Attention-based Cognitive Architecture for Robots},
    school = {University of Technology Sydney},
    year = {2014},
    address = {Sydney, Australia},

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