Integrating perception, narrative, premonition and confabulatory continuation
Abbreviated Journal Title
Biol. Inspired Cogn. Archit.
Cognitive architecture; Integrated cognition; Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence; Neurosciences
Current state-of-the-art Al algorithms outperform humans on several well delimited tasks but have difficulty emulating general human behavior. One of the reasons for this is that human behavior, even in short scenarios, requires the integration of multiple cognitive mechanisms that are deployed simultaneously and are interacting with each other in complex and subtle ways. In this paper we show how a simple scenario of watching television requires at least four different cognitive mechanisms: perception, narrative, premonition and confabulatory continuation. We describe the general requirements of these mechanisms and outline the techniques through which the Xapagy cognitive architecture implements them. (C) 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures
"Integrating perception, narrative, premonition and confabulatory continuation" (2014). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 5089.