In this paper, I explore how an embodied perspective on cognition might
inform research on artificial intelligence. Many embodied cognition theorists object
to the central role that representations play on the traditional view of cognition.
Based on these objections, it may seem that the lesson from embodied cognition
is that AI should abandon representation as a central component of intelligence.
However, I argue that the lesson from embodied cognition is actually that AI
research should shift …Read more