Reconstructing Human Intelligence within Computational Sciences: An Introductory Essay

Reconstructing Human Intelligence within Computational Sciences: An Introductory Essay

Gerd Doeben-Henisch (University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-941-0.ch004
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Abstract

This chapter outlines a possible research program for computational systems representing humanlike intelligence. After a short historical introduction, a possible theoretical framework is described showing how it is possible to integrate heterogeneous disciplines like neurobiology, psychology and phenomenology within one and the same computational framework. Concrete examples are given by reconstructing behavioural (Morris) and phenomenal semiotics (Peirce) with the aid of formal theories. The author hopes to improve the interdisciplinary discussion about adaptive computational models of humanlike intelligence through a unified theoretical framework.

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