Toward Artificial Sapience: Principles and Methods for Wise Systems download epub
by Rene V. Mayorga,Leonid Perlovsky
Whether or not these methods of cognition, and the resulting wisdom can be incorporated into non-human machines is of. .
Whether or not these methods of cognition, and the resulting wisdom can be incorporated into non-human machines is of great interest, both in terms of its application and from an academic standpoint. These machines can gain knowledge from experience, but their ability to put this knowledge to use in achieving goals outside of the domain in which they learned has not been achieved, although.
Begins with a solid foundation, providing a detailed description of the fundamental concepts and principles of the topic.
He served as professor at Novosibirsk State University and New York University, and participated as a principal in commercial startups developing tools for text understanding, Biotechnology, and financial predictions. : IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, Journal home page.
International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 9781846289996 (ebook). Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. System Control Number: (OCoLC)ocn170042075. Personal Name: Mayorga, R. V. (Rene? . Personal Name: Perlovsky, Leonid I. Rubrics: Artificial intelligence Soft computing. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
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This book presents computational paradigms describing lower- and higher-level cognitive functions, including mechanisms .
Hierarchical organization of the mind is considered, leading to explanations of the highest human capabilities for the beautiful and sublime.
Автор: Mayorga Rene . Perlovsky Leonid Название: Toward .
A diverse international set of authors discuss Artificial/Computational Sapience and Sapient Systems in this unique and useful volume. The reader is guided through the subject in a structured and comprehensive manner that begins with chapters discussing philosophical, historical, and semiotic ideas about what properties are expected from Sapient (Wise) systems. Following that, chapters describe mathematical and engineering views on sapience, relating these to philosophical, semiotic, cognitive, and neuro-biological perspectives.
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Computer Science
Publisher: Springer; 2008 edition (December 6, 2007)
Pages: 239 pages