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WORLDCOMP'14 Panel Discussion

Last modified 2014-07-04 17:50

Thoughts, Language, and Memories for Humans vs. Artificially Intelligent Entities

    PANEL CHAIR
      • Dr. James A. Crowder, Chief Engineer, Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services, USA
    PANELISTS
      • Prof. Victor Raskin, Distinguished Professor, English & Linguistics Professor, Associate Director & Charter Fellow, CERIAS; Purdue University, USA
      • Dr. Julia M. Taylor, Computer & Information Technology; Fellow, CERIAS; Purdue University, USA
      • Dr. Shelli Friess, Cognitive Psychologist, Relevant Counseling, Denver, Colorado, USA
      • Dr. John Carbone, Engineering Fellow, Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services, Aurora, Colorado, USA

        Date & Time: 04:20pm - 06:00pm; July 22 (Tuesday), 2014
        LOCATION: Ballroom 4

    ABSTRACT

      There is an ever increasing need in computational systems to allow and support human/AI communication and collaboration. Understanding the differences between Human and AI perception, memory creation, memory recall, and thought processes will be crucial to providing effecting systems that allow such communication/collaboration. One such question that will be discussed is:

      Are there thoughts that natural language cannot nail down precisely enough to exclude different interpretations?

      And while the answer might seem obvious, this is a question that can itself be interpreted in a number of ways, but the answer to which will be very important for understanding not only affective Human/AI communication/collaboration, but AI/AI communication/collaboration as well. For each entity, whether human or AI, will bring their own experiences, perceptions, and interpretations on any and all thoughts/information that is communicated between entities. The purpose of the panel discussion is to begin the dialog among AI professionals to understand the psychology, neuroscience, linguistics, technology, etc. required to facilitate effective transfer of ideas and thoughts between entities to allow collaborative endeavors.

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