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 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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