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William F. Clocksin - A Social Constructionist Framework for Artificial Intelligence

William F. Clocksin - A Social Constructionist Framework for Artificial Intelligence

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Published by Anders Fernstedt
This research aims to build a new conceptual framework for artificial intelligence (AI) that gives priority to social relationships as determining intelligent behaviour. It starts from the premise that intelligence manifests itself only relative to specific social and cultural contexts. This is in contrast to the prevailing view of most AI research, which sees intelligence as an abstract capability of the individual agent based on a capacity for rational thought. The main consequences of the new approach are to reject the idea that the brain is a rational processor of symbolic information, and to reject the idea that thought is a kind of abstract problem-solving having a semantics that can be understood apart from its embodiment. Instead, priority is given to emotional and mimetic responses that serve to engage the whole organism in the life of the communities in which it participates.
This research aims to build a new conceptual framework for artificial intelligence (AI) that gives priority to social relationships as determining intelligent behaviour. It starts from the premise that intelligence manifests itself only relative to specific social and cultural contexts. This is in contrast to the prevailing view of most AI research, which sees intelligence as an abstract capability of the individual agent based on a capacity for rational thought. The main consequences of the new approach are to reject the idea that the brain is a rational processor of symbolic information, and to reject the idea that thought is a kind of abstract problem-solving having a semantics that can be understood apart from its embodiment. Instead, priority is given to emotional and mimetic responses that serve to engage the whole organism in the life of the communities in which it participates.

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Published by: Anders Fernstedt on Dec 02, 2012
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