Socially Intelligent Agents and The Primate Social Brain-Towards a Science of Social Minds

@inproceedings{Kerstin2002SociallyIA,
  title={Socially Intelligent Agents and The Primate Social Brain-Towards a Science of Social Minds},
  author={Kerstin and Dautenhahn},
  year={2002}
}
  • Kerstin, Dautenhahn
  • Published 2002
This article puts research on socially intelligent agents (SIA) in the broader context of how humans (and other primates) perceive and interact with the social world. Phylogenetic (evolutionary) and ontogenetic (developmental) issues are discussed with respect the social origin of primate and human intelligence and human culture. Implications for designing artifacts and for the evolvability of human societies are outlined. A theory of empathy is presented that is based on current research on… CONTINUE READING

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