Machine Minds: The Blueprint for Artificial Consciousness
April 30, 2012
The paper proposes the design approach as a blueprint for building a sentient artificial agent capable of exhibiting human-like attributions of consciousness. The paper also considers whether if such an artificial agent is ever built, how it will be indistinguishable from a human being? Well, it is glowingly evident that the evolution of artificial intelligence is guided by us, humans, whose own mental evolution have been shaped by the passing years in the course of the phenomenology of adaptation and survival (Darwinian). Yet, the evolution of synthetic minds powered by artificial cognition seems to be quite fast. Yes, the artificial mind in robots, if we accept the analogy ‘mind’ in its fullest sense, that day is not very far when the mental embodiment of consciousness in machines would become reality. But prior to such a feat becoming reality, rhetoric debates have been taking shape as of, how to decode and cipher consciousness in machines, a phenomenon considered as often as ‘nonentity’, then, what would be the true essence of such an artificial consciousness? This paper discusses these aspects and attempts to throw some new light on the design and developmental aspects of artificial consciousness.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 22
Keywords: Artificial Consciousness, AI, Human-Machine interface, robotics, neural network
JEL Classification: A13, C87, D83, D58, Z13working papers series
Date posted: May 20, 2012
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