Luc Steels (born 1952) is a Belgian scientist and artist, and Director of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. He also founded the Sony Computer Science Laboratory in Paris (now directed by François Pachet) and was a visiting researcher at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. Steels is considered a pioneer in Artificial Intelligence who has made important contributions to expert systems, behaviour-based robotics (a term which he coined), artificial life and evolutionary linguistics.
Notes and references
- Manuel, Tyrus L. (2003). "Creating a Robot Culture: An Interview with Luc Steels" (PDF). 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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