Today, Artificial Intelligence (AI) appears as a topic widely referred to for commercial purposes, while from a technical-scientific point of view, it remains of niche interest. Unfortunately, commercial purposes often lead to confusion in defining the functionalities of human-machine interfaces (HMIs), whereas such AI tools should have to efficiently imitate or replace human beings and body parts in specific cognitive tasks. Instead, AI is often defined too vaguely, that is, not from an anthropic point of view, and therefore, it remains quite distant from the human activities it tries to imitate. Today, AI is categorized among the cognitive sciences, i.e., those sciences that call upon computational neuro-biology (particularly neural networks), mathematical logic (as a part of mathematics and philosophy), and computer science.
|Titolo:||NooJ for Artificial Intelligence: an Anthropic Approach|
MONTELEONE, Mario (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2021|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1.1 Articolo su libro con DOI|