A note on continuous self-identification as self-awareness: An example of robot navigation

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This note reports on interdisciplinary approaches to model consciousness, an aspect of self-awareness in particular, aiming at artificial consciousness that can be mounted on an autonomous and mobile robot. For self-awareness to emerge, the self-identification process plays an important role. Self-awareness would emerge when self-locating in a self-created map in robot navigation; when solving self-related problems in (a self-related version of) the frame problem; and when a singularity arises in mapping the reference point in mathematical mappings.

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Ishida, Y. (2015). A note on continuous self-identification as self-awareness: An example of robot navigation. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 60, pp. 1865–1874). Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2015.08.297

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