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Cognitive Architectures: Where do we go from here?

Duch W, Oentaryo R, Pasquier M ...see all

Proceedings of the 2008 conference on Artificial General Intelligence 2008: Proceedings of the First AGI Conference, vol. 171 (2008) pp. 122-136

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Abstract

Cognitive architectures play a vital role in providing blueprints for building future intelligent systems supporting a broad range of capabilities similar to those of humans. How useful are existing architectures for creating artificial general intelligence? A critical survey of the state of the art in cognitive architectures is presented providing a useful insight into the possible frameworks for general intelligence. Grand challenges and an outline of the most promising future directions are described.

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  • artificial general intelligence
  • cognitive architectures
  • intelligent agents
  • neurocognitive models

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Authors

  • W. Duch

  • Rj J Oentaryo

  • Michel Pasquier

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