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Artificial Psychology The Quest for What It Means to Be Human by Jay Friedenberg

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Published by Psychology Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Cognitive Psychology,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Cognitive Psychology,
  • Psychology

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages312
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11281283M
ISBN 100805858857
ISBN 109780805858853
OCLC/WorldCa231618570

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This book explores the subject of artificial psychology and how the field must adapt human neuro-psychological testing techniques to provide adequate cognitive testing of advanced artificial intelligence systems. It shows how classical testing methods will reveal nothing. This book explores the subject of artificial psychology and how the field must adapt human neuro-psychological testing techniques to provide adequate cognitive testing of advanced artificial intelligence systems. Artificial psychology (AP) has had multiple meanings dating back to 19th century, with recent usage related to artificial intelligence (AI).. In , Zhiliang Wang and Lun Xie presented a theory of artificial psychology based on artificial intelligence. They analyze human psychology using information science research methods and artificial intelligence research to probe .   This work is intended for use as a main or supplementary introductory textbook for a course in cognitive psychology, cognitive science, artificial intelligence, or the philosophy of mind. It examines human abilities as operating requirements that an artificial person must have and analyzes them from a multidisciplinary by: 6.

DOI link for Artificial Psychology. Artificial Psychology book. The Quest for What It Means to Be Human. Artificial Psychology. DOI link for Artificial Psychology. Artificial Psychology book. The Quest for What It Means to Be Human. By Jay Friedenberg. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Artificial Psychology: The Psychology of AI. As we have discussed at length in the book, the testing of artificial intelligent systems that are designed to learn over time, based on experience. Educational Implications of Artificial cial Intelligence in Psychology is included in the series Explorations in Cognitive Science, A Bradford Book With her usual clarity and eye for the key role that each discipline plays in the science of the mind, Boden ties the essays together in a thorough synoptic overview. Artificial Psychology is a theoretical discipline which was first proposed by Dan Curtis in According to the book Ashcroft [22], “ cognition is the collection of mental processes and activities used in perceiving, remembering, thinking, and.

This work is intended for use as a main or supplementary introductory textbook for a course in cognitive psychology, cognitive science, artificial intelligence, or the philosophy of mind. It examines human abilities as operating requirements that an artificial person must have and analyzes them from a multidisciplinary approach. This book explores the subject of artificial psychology and how the field must adapt human neuro-psychological testing techniques to provide adequate cognitive testing of advanced artificial intelligence systems. It shows how classical testing methods will reveal nothing about the cognitive nature of the systems and whether they are learning, reasoning, and evolving . Knows about psychology and AI, too. Valentino Braitenberg–Vehicles. Fun little book about a succession of imaginary robots wired for greater and greater responsiveness, and their similarity to real nervous systems. Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig–Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach *The* AI textbook of the moment.   As for now there is no AI Psychology or Artificial Psychology (a term coined by Dan Curtis in ), which implies that the Artificial Intelligence has its own mind or even consciousness to make.