Thursday, August 9, 2007

No Robot Left Behind?

No, it's not the name of Bush's latest political strategery. It's
the name of a new GCN special
report on DARPA's cognitive computing challege. DARPA's Biologically-Inspired
Cognitive Architecture (BICA) program hopes to achieve true, general
AI that can think like humans, learning from experience and adapting to
changing conditions. During Phase I numerous cognitive architectures
were developed. In Phase II some of those models will be built and
tested. For more details on a couple of the more interesting
architectures see the related research reports, An
Integrated, Self-Aware Cognitive Architecture (PDF format), TOSCA:
A Comprehensive Brain-based Cognitive Architecture (PDF format), Development
of a Large-scale Integrated Neurocognitive Architecture (PDF format).


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