Cognitive Architecture for Co-Evolutionary Hybrid Intelligence

@inproceedings{Krinkin2022CognitiveAF,
  title={Cognitive Architecture for Co-Evolutionary Hybrid Intelligence},
  author={Kirill Krinkin and Yulia Alexandrovna Shichkina},
  booktitle={Artificial General Intelligence},
  year={2022}
}
. This paper 1 questions the feasibility of a strong (general) data-centric artificial intelligence (AI). The disadvantages of this type of intelligence are discussed. As an alternative, the concept of co-evolutionary hybrid intelligence is proposed. It is based on the cognitive interoperability of man and machine. An analysis of existing approaches to the construction of cognitive architectures is given. An architecture that seamlessly incorporates a human into the loop of intelligent problem… 

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