Tasks, Abilities, and Term Projects. Paul Cohen. But first...Names!. Emily Oliver Curious George ... Come on, people! . What we want. Define a handful of tasks, each of which requires multiple abilities. Each ability is used for more than one task
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Tasks, Abilities, and Term Projects
Define a handful of tasks, each of which requires multiple abilities.
Each ability is used for more than one task
Each task requires more that one ability
The outputs of some abilities are the inputs of others
Each team works on one ability (or a small number) but exercises it in all tasks
“Hi Paul, nice to see you again. How’s Carole? I remember you were in the lab last thursday with Cody. He is here a lot. Sometimes I think he sleeps here. ...”
“Hi Ian, I see you are talking with someone and don’t want to interrupt, but could you introduce me to your friend?”
Go to the red cone
Work with Daniel Hewlett and Wesley Kerr
Wubble and room design by Teresa Dey
"Go to the blue cylinder"
the blue cylinder
3. score correspondences between retrieved representation and scene
2. retrieve a semantic representation of a word or phrase
5. given positive feedback, update semantic representation
4. act or ask