Building Neuromorphic Embodied Cell Assembley Agents that Learn

by Chris Huyck and Ian Mitchell

BICA 2014, November 2014

A few years ago, we developed some agents in virtual environments in simulated neurons.

They used cell assemblies (bunches of neurons to represent concepts) so we called them cell assembly robots, or CABots.

Recently, we've got a Human Brain Project grant to put them onto neuromorphic chips, and then extend them.

This talk reports on progress on building these neuromorphic embodied agents.