Próby aplikacji paradygmatu ucieleśnionego umysłu w tworzeniu sztucznej inteligencji

Anna Sarosiek

Abstrakt


Despite some significant achievements in the early stage of works on the development of artificial intelligence, scientists failed to program machines to imitate human thinking. The next generation of scientists included proposals of the embodied mind paradigm in their new research programme. The paradigm states that human intelligence is formed through a reciprocal interaction between the body and an environment. This work discusses the application of the main proposals of the new artificial intelligence that were applied in the process of constructing machines and modelling their behaviour. It presents important projects that met the philosophical criteria and that were aimed at embodying artificial intelligence.


Słowa kluczowe


artificial intelligence; embodied mind; Andy Clark; Roodney Brooks; Maya Matarić; Cog; biots

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