Luc Steels is a Belgian scientist, and Director of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. He is also heading the Sony Computer Science Laboratory in Paris. Steels, along with Rodney Brooks, was one of the initiators of the behaviour-based robotics approach to artificial intelligence and is closely linked to artificial life. He also designed Fluid Construction Grammar.
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Notes and references
- Manuel, Tyrus L. (2003). "Creating a Robot Culture: An Interview with Luc Steels". IEEE Intelligent Systems 18 (3 May/June 2003): 59–61. doi:10.1109/MIS.2003.1200730.
- Steels, Luc (1990) "Components of Expertise" 11(2) pp. 28-49.
- Steels, Luc (2001) Grounding Symbols through Evolutionary Language Games. In: Cangelosi A. and Parisi D. (Eds.) Simulating the Evolution of Language Springer.
- Steels, Luc (2011) "Design Patterns in Fluid Construction Grammar" John Benjamins Pub.
- Steels, Luc (2011) "Modeling the cultural evolution of language." Physics of Life Reviews, 8(4) pp. 339-356.
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