Modeling Social Action for AI Agents

@article{Castelfranchi1997ModelingSA,
  title={Modeling Social Action for AI Agents},
  author={Cristiano Castelfranchi},
  journal={Artif. Intell.},
  year={1997},
  volume={103},
  pages={157-182}
}
AI is a science, not merely technology, engineering. It cannot find an identity (ubi consistam) in a technology, or set of technologies, and we know that such an identification is quite dangerous. AI is the science of possible forms of intelligence, both individual and collective. To rephrase Doyle's claim, AI is the discipline aimed at understanding intelligent beings by constructing intelligent systems. Since intelligence is mainly a social phenomenon and is due to the necessity of social… CONTINUE READING
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