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Aquila: An Open-Source GPU-Accelerated Toolkit for Cognitive and Neuro-Robotics Research

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Aquila: An Open-Source GPU-Accelerated Toolkit for
Cognitive Robotics Research
Martin Peniak and Anthony Morse
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 What is Cognitive Robotics?

 The iCub humanoid robot

 GPUs and robotics

 Aquila - past, present and future



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Cognitive Robotics


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These slide are from the NVIDIA GTC Express Webminar presented by Martin Peniak and Anthony Morse. There should be an audio/video version available at NVIDIA GTC site below.

http://www.gputechconf.com/object/gtc-express-webinar.html

The presentation focuses on the cognitive robotics research, GPUs and Aquila, an open-source toolkit providing many different tools and biologically-inspired models, useful for cognitive and developmental robotics research. Aquila addresses the need for high-performance robot control, which is typically confounded by processing power limitations that are inherent in the standard CPU architectures.

These slide are from the NVIDIA GTC Express Webminar presented by Martin Peniak and Anthony Morse. There should be an audio/video version available at NVIDIA GTC site below.

http://www.gputechconf.com/object/gtc-express-webinar.html

The presentation focuses on the cognitive robotics research, GPUs and Aquila, an open-source toolkit providing many different tools and biologically-inspired models, useful for cognitive and developmental robotics research. Aquila addresses the need for high-performance robot control, which is typically confounded by processing power limitations that are inherent in the standard CPU architectures.

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