Human Brain Computer/Machine Interface System Feasibility Study for Independent Core Observer Model Based Artificial General Intelligence Collective Intelligence Systems

  • David J. KelleyEmail author
  • Kyrtin Atreides
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 948)


This paper is primarily designed to help address the feasibility of building optimized mediation clients for the Independent Core Observer Model (ICOM) cognitive architecture for Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) mediated Artificial Super Intelligence (mASI) research program where this client is focused on collecting contextual information and the feasibility of various hardware methods for building that client on, including Brain Computer Interface (BCI), Augmented Reality (AR), Mobile and related technologies. The key criteria looked at is designing for the most optimized process for mediation services in the client as a key factor in overall mASI system performance with human mediation services is the flow of contextual information via various interfaces.


ICOM mASI Cognitive architecture AGI AI BCI AR 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.AGI LaboratoryProvoUSA
  2. 2.SeattleUSA

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