Rationality-Guided AGI as Cognitive Systems


The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) within cognitive science (CogSci) necessitates further elaborations on, and modelings of, several indispensable cognitive criteria. We approach this issue by emphasizing the close relation between artificial general intelligence (AGI) and CogSci, and discussing, particularly, “rationality” as one of such indispensable criteria. We give arguments evincing that normative models of human- like rationality are vital in AGI systems, where the treatment of deviations from traditional rationality models is also necessary. After conceptually addressing our rationality-guided approach, two case-study systems, NARS and HDTP, are discussed, explaining how the allegedly “irrational” behaviors can be treated within the respective frameworks.

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