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Title

Comparative Analysis of Cognitive Architectures for Impact of Non-deliberative Learning on Rationality of Agency

Author

Aiesha Ahmad and Khalil Ahmed

Citation

Vol. 17  No. 10  pp. 8-14

Abstract

non-deliberative processes and learning in planning and decision making of software agency in critical, unexpected situations. Real time planning is one of most debatable research areas in agency that mainly emphasis on the role of focused, controlled deliberative processes and learning, and come under conscious regime of mind. It restricts the rationality of cognitive agent with narrow domain knowledge to cope with challenging environment and also confines the scope of AGI to meet human’s level intelligence. Therefore importance of unconscious, non-deliberative processes in real time planning and decision making cannot be discounted to make human like conscious software agents. Humans have great ability to promptly and precisely learn and react to meet daily life activities and handle challenges successfully with rational decisions. Neuroscience, folk psychology and Cognitive Psychology provides the evidence that unconscious, non-deliberative processes such as intuition and automaticity developed gradually from continuous learning and experiences, and run parallel with deliberative process. These unconscious, non-deliberative processes also play integral role to take rational decisions in novel, critical environments.

Keywords

Cognitive Architecture, Deliberative Processes, Non-deliberative processes, Rationality, Intuition, Automaticity, Unconscious cognition, Comparative Analysis.

URL

http://paper.ijcsns.org/07_book/201710/20171002.pdf