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Peter Duck

Department of Computer Science, Australia

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  • Mini Review   
    Artificial and biological cognition: What can we learn about mechanisms by utilizing artificial intelligence planning methods to model physical cognition issues.
    Author(s): Peter Duck*

    While we as of now have a decent comprehension of the conduct and neurobiological systems hidden cooperative educational experiences, we see considerably less about the components basic more perplexing types of discernment in creatures. In this review, we present a proposition for a better approach for contemplating creature discernment tests. We explain how a physical cognition task domain can be broken down into its component parts and models built to represent the agent's access to information and the domain's causal events. We then, at that point, execute a straightforward arrangement of models, utilizing the arranging language MAPL inside the MAPSIM recreation climate, and applying it to a riddle tube task recently introduced to orang-utans. We compare the results of the models to those of the experiments with orang-utans, discuss the advantages of this method, and sugges.. View More»
    DOI: 10.14303/2315-5663.2023.97

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