Artificial Cognition Systems

Artificial Cognition Systems

Author: Loula, Angelo

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781599041131

Category: Computers

Page: 418

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"This book presents recent research efforts in Artificial Intelligence about building artificial systems capable of performing cognitive tasks. A fundamental issue addressed in this book is if these cognitive processes can have any meaningfulness to the artificial system being built"--Provided by publisher.

Artificial Cognitive Systems

Artificial Cognitive Systems

Author: David Vernon

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262028387

Category: Science

Page: 288

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A concise introduction to a complex field, bringing together recent work in cognitive science and cognitive robotics to offer a solid grounding on key issues. This book offers a concise and accessible introduction to the emerging field of artificial cognitive systems. Cognition, both natural and artificial, is about anticipating the need for action and developing the capacity to predict the outcome of those actions. Drawing on artificial intelligence, developmental psychology, and cognitive neuroscience, the field of artificial cognitive systems has as its ultimate goal the creation of computer-based systems that can interact with humans and serve society in a variety of ways. This primer brings together recent work in cognitive science and cognitive robotics to offer readers a solid grounding on key issues. The book first develops a working definition of cognitive systems—broad enough to encompass multiple views of the subject and deep enough to help in the formulation of theories and models. It surveys the cognitivist, emergent, and hybrid paradigms of cognitive science and discusses cognitive architectures derived from them. It then turns to the key issues, with chapters devoted to autonomy, embodiment, learning and development, memory and prospection, knowledge and representation, and social cognition. Ideas are introduced in an intuitive, natural order, with an emphasis on the relationships among ideas and building to an overview of the field. The main text is straightforward and succinct; sidenotes drill deeper on specific topics and provide contextual links to further reading.

Artificial Psychology

Artificial Psychology

Author: James A. Crowder

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030170813

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 169

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This book explores the subject of artificial psychology and how the field must adapt human neuro-psychological testing techniques to provide adequate cognitive testing of advanced artificial intelligence systems. It shows how classical testing methods will reveal nothing about the cognitive nature of the systems and whether they are learning, reasoning, and evolving correctly; for these systems, the authors outline how testing techniques similar to/adapted from human psychological testing must be adopted, particularly in understanding how the system reacts to failure or relearning something it has learned incorrectly or inferred incorrectly. The authors provide insights into future architectures/capabilities that artificial cognitive systems will possess and how we can evaluate how well they are functioning. It discusses at length the notion of human/AI communication and collaboration and explores such topics as knowledge development, knowledge modeling and ambiguity management, artificial cognition and self-evolution of learning, artificial brain components and cognitive architecture, and artificial psychological modeling. Explores the concepts of Artificial Psychology and Artificial Neuroscience as applied to advanced artificially cognitive systems; Provides insight into the world of cognitive architectures and biologically-based computing designs which will mimic human brain functionality in artificial intelligent systems of the future; Provides description and design of artificial psychological modeling to provide insight into how advanced artificial intelligent systems are learning and evolving; Explores artificial reasoning and inference architectures and the types of modeling and testing that will be required to "trust" an autonomous artificial intelligent systems.

Artificial Cognition Architectures

Artificial Cognition Architectures

Author: James Crowder

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461480723

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 263

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The goal of this book is to establish the foundation, principles, theory, and concepts that are the backbone of real, autonomous Artificial Intelligence. Presented here are some basic human intelligence concepts framed for Artificial Intelligence systems. These include concepts like Metacognition and Metamemory, along with architectural constructs for Artificial Intelligence versions of human brain functions like the prefrontal cortex. Also presented are possible hardware and software architectures that lend themselves to learning, reasoning, and self-evolution

Artificial Intelligence-based Internet of Things Systems

Artificial Intelligence-based Internet of Things Systems

Author: Souvik Pal

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030870591

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 509

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The book discusses the evolution of future generation technologies through Internet of Things (IoT) in the scope of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The main focus of this volume is to bring all the related technologies in a single platform, so that undergraduate and postgraduate students, researchers, academicians, and industry people can easily understand the AI algorithms, machine learning algorithms, and learning analytics in IoT-enabled technologies. This book uses data and network engineering and intelligent decision support system-by-design principles to design a reliable AI-enabled IoT ecosystem and to implement cyber-physical pervasive infrastructure solutions. This book brings together some of the top IoT-enabled AI experts throughout the world who contribute their knowledge regarding different IoT-based technology aspects.

Cognitive Systems

Cognitive Systems

Author: Chris Forsythe

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9781135605377

Category: Computers

Page: 328

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The leading thinkers from the cognitive science tradition participated in a workshop sponsored by Sandia National Laboratories in July of 2003 to discuss progress in building their models. The goal was to summarize the theoretical and empirical bases for cognitive systems and to present exemplary developments in the field. Following the workshop, a great deal of planning went into the creation of this book. Eleven of the twenty-six presenters were asked to contribute chapters, and four chapters are the product of the breakout sessions in which critical topics were discussed among the participants. An introductory chapter provides the context for this compilation. Cognitive Systems thus presents a unique merger of cognitive modeling and intelligent systems, and attempts to overcome many of the problems inherent in current expert systems. It will be of interest to researchers and students in the fields of cognitive science, computational modeling, intelligent systems, artificial intelligence, and human-computer interaction.

Cognitive Systems

Cognitive Systems

Author: Henrik Christensen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642116940

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 494

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Design of cognitive systems for assistance to people poses a major challenge to the fields of robotics and artificial intelligence. The Cognitive Systems for Cognitive Assistance (CoSy) project was organized to address the issues of i) theoretical progress on design of cognitive systems ii) methods for implementation of systems and iii) empirical studies to further understand the use and interaction with such systems. To study, design and deploy cognitive systems there is a need to considers aspects of systems design, embodiment, perception, planning and error recovery, spatial insertion, knowledge acquisition and machine learning, dialog design and human robot interaction and systems integration. The CoSy project addressed all of these aspects over a period of four years and across two different domains of application – exploration of space and task / knowledge acquisition for manipulation. The present volume documents the results of the CoSy project. The CoSy project was funded by the European Commission as part of the Cognitive Systems Program within the 6th Framework Program.

KI 2007: Advances in Artificial Intelligence

KI 2007: Advances in Artificial Intelligence

Author: Joachim Hertzberg

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540745648

Category: Computers

Page: 516

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The 30th Annual German Conference on Arti?cial Intelligence (KI-2007) took place in the University of Osnabru ̈ck, September 10–13, 2007. In this volume, you will ?nd papers or abstracts of its six invited talks, 25 full papers, and 21 posters. The full papers were selected from 81 submissions, resulting in an acceptance rate of 32%. AsusualataKIconference,anentiredaywasreservedfortargetedworkshops – ten of them this year – and two tutorials. They are not coveredin this volume, but the conference Web sitewww.ki2007.uos.de will keep providing information and references to their contents. Some topic clusters are apparent in the overall conference program, which re?ect recent trends in AI research, convolved with foci of work in Germany and Europe. Examples are learning and data mining, robotics and perception, knowledge representation and reasoning, planning and search – all of them including a healthy number of approaches dealing with uncertainty, contradiction, and incompleteness of knowledge. All in all, KI-2007 provided a cross section of modern AI research and application work. KI-2007 also constituted a “small anniversary,” being the 30th exemplar of its kind. The invited talk by Wolfgang Bibel (accompanied by a paper in this volume) picked up on that occasion by recalling what the ?eld of automated deduction was like 30 and more years ago – in general, and in Germany. He also paid homage to Gerd Veenker, who organizedthe ?rst KI conference (which had a di?erent name at the time) in 1975 and whose ?eld of research was deduction.

Logistics Management and Optimization through Hybrid Artificial Intelligence Systems

Logistics Management and Optimization through Hybrid Artificial Intelligence Systems

Author: Ortiz Zezzatti, Carlos Alberto Ochoa

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781466602984

Category: Computers

Page: 540

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"This book offers the latest research within the field of HAIS, surveying the broad topics and collecting case studies, future directions, and cutting edge analyses, investigating biologically inspired algorithms such as ant colony optimization and particle swarm optimization"--

System-Ergonomic Design of Cognitive Automation

System-Ergonomic Design of Cognitive Automation

Author: Reiner Onken

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642031342

Category: Computers

Page: 383

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Why this book? Simply because it is due. Cognitive automation and its system-ergonomic introduction into work systems have been advanced in the meantime to such a degree that already applications for operational work systems are slowly becoming reality. This book shall contribute to give system designers some more guidelines about designing work systems and associated cognitive machines effectively, in particular those related to guidance and control of manned and unmanned vehicles. The issue is that the findings on cognition have to become sufficient commonsense for all from the various disciplines involved in system design, and that guidelines are given how to make use of it in an appropriate and systematic manner. These guidelines are to account for both the needs of the human operator in the work process and the use of computational potentials to make the work system a really most effective one. In other words, this book is meant to provide guidelines for the organisational and technical design of work systems. Therefore, this book is an interdisciplinary one. Findings in individual disciplines are not the main issue. It is rather the combination of these findings for the sake of the performance of work systems which makes this book a useful one for designers who are interested in this modern approach and its implementation.

Distributed Artificial Intelligence, Agent Technology, and Collaborative Applications

Distributed Artificial Intelligence, Agent Technology, and Collaborative Applications

Author: Sugumaran, Vijayan

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781605661452

Category: Computers

Page: 450

View: 767

"This book is a catalyst for emerging research in intelligent information, specifically artificial intelligent technologies and applications to assist in improving productivity in many roles such as assistants to human operators and autonomous decision-making components of complex systems"--Provided by publisher.