The role of cognitive architectures in general artificial intelligence

  title={The role of cognitive architectures in general artificial intelligence},
  author={Antonio Lieto and Mehul Bhatt and Alessandro Oltramari and David Vernon},
  journal={Cognitive Systems Research},
Cognitive Architectures on Discourse
  • M. Iza
  • Computer Science
    Living Machines
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The use of cognitive architectures are discussed in order to solve the problems that arise from rigid models based on AI.
Generating Explanations of Action Failures in a Cognitive Robotic Architecture
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Knowledge Acquisition and Design Using Semantics and Perception: A Case Study for Autonomous Robots
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This book offers the definitive presentation of Soar from theoretical and practical perspectives, providing comprehensive descriptions of fundamental aspects and new components, and proposes requirements for general cognitive architectures and explicitly evaluates how well Soar meets those requirements.
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