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Beyond Artificial Intelligence: From Human Consciousness to Artificial Consciousness

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Beyond Artificial Intelligence: From Human Consciousness to Artificial Consciousness

Alain Cardon

ISBN: 978-1-119-55102-7 August 2018 Wiley-ISTE 232 Pages

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This book will present a complete modeling of the human psychic system that allows to generate the thoughts in a strictly organizational approach that mixes a rising and falling approach. The model will present the architecture of the psychic system that can generate sensations and thoughts, showing how one can feel thoughts.

The model developed into an organizational architecture based on massive multiagent systems. The architecture will be fully developed, showing how an artificial system can be endowed with consciousness and intentionally generate thoughts and, especially, feel them. These results are multidisciplinary, combining both psychology and computer science disciplines.

Table of Definitions vii

Introduction ix

Chapter 1. The Organizational Architecture of the Psychic System and the Feeling of Thinking 1

1.1. The problem of the study of thought 2

1.2. The interpretation of neuronal aggregates 5

1.3. The function of the architecture of the Freudian model 7

1.4. The specific characteristics of the components of the system using a constructivist approach 14

1.5. The systemic layer and the regulators 26

1.6. The mental landscape 35

1.7. The feeling of thinking and the general organizational principle 45

1.8. The aim and the space of the regulators 55

1.9. The attractors 67

1.10. The generation of a representation 74

1.11. Unification between regulators and neuronal aggregates: the morphological model of the generating forms 78

1.12. The morphological and semantic conformation of the psychic system 86

1.13. The processing component of the visual sense with generating forms 91

1.14. The decisive intention to think 97

1.15. Linguistic capacity in the human conscious 101

1.16. An assessment of the functioning of the human psychic system 109

Chapter 2. The Computer Representation of an Artificial Consciousness 113

2.1. A multiagent design to generate an artificial psychic system 114

2.2. Designing the artificial psychic system using a multiagent approach 122

2.3. Self-control of the artificial psychic system using regulator agents 128

2.4. The organizational architecture of the system 133

2.5. Organizational memory and artificial experience 142

2.6. Affective and tendential states of the system  154

2.7. The production of representations and the sensation of thinking  161

2.7.1. Algorithm for the intentional production of a series of representations around a specific theme 163

2.8. The feeling of existing 176

2.9. The representation of the things and the apprehension of temporality 181

2.10. Multisystem deployment 186

2.11. The final fate of systems endowed with artificial consciousness 194

Conclusion 197

Bibliography 201

Index 205