The talk about Cognitive Computing principles is about how human thinking and reasoning could be modelled and simulated for the development of cognitive technologies. The principles are derived from a contextual categorization based approach that can be mimicked by the processing of Galois Lattices in which object’s properties are not only features but also actions and procedures. This concern on adaptive behavior is about how people are developing abilities and competencies of ongoing behavior (body, hands, eyes), of processes of understanding (knowledge activation), of planning and of decision-making for acting, tasking and problem solving. The remaining challenges are about how to implement such competencies in autonomous cognitive technologies.


Charles Tijus

Integrative Individual Cognitive Science e-session

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