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LIDA: A Working Model of Cognition

Ramamurthy, Uma and Baars, Bernard J. and S. K., D'Mello and Franklin, Stan (2006) LIDA: A Working Model of Cognition. [Conference Paper]

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In this paper we present the LIDA architecture as a working model of cognition. We argue that such working models are broad in scope and address real world problems in comparison to experimentally based models which focus on specific pieces of cognition. While experimentally based models are useful, we need a working model of cognition that integrates what we know from neuroscience, cognitive science and AI. The LIDA architecture provides such a working model. A LIDA based cognitive robot or software agent will be capable of multiple learning mechanisms. With artificial feelings and emotions as primary motivators and learning facilitators, such systems will ‘live’ through a developmental period during which they will learn in multiple ways to act in an effective, human-like manner in complex, dynamic, and unpredictable environments. We discuss the integration of the learning mechanisms into the existing IDA architecture as a working model of cognition.

Item Type:Conference Paper
Subjects:Psychology > Cognitive Psychology
Computer Science > Artificial Intelligence
ID Code:5852
Deposited By:gudiseva, hema
Deposited On:28 Nov 2007 03:12
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:57

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