Concepts and Models for the Future Generation of Emotional and Intelligent Systems
In this work, we first present a view of the philosophic study of Intelligent Behavior in a wide sense. We expose some key ideas to understand Intelligence and Rationality in an operational way based on the notions of Prediction and Randomness. In particular, we hypothesize that unpredictability is the key concept of Intelligence while not randomness is the key concept of Rationality. Next we undertake the study of Emotional Behavior discussing the basic principle of emotional attachment which is modeled by means of an operational definition of the Self. We hypothesize that the most basic principles of the Emotional Behavior emerges from a sort of ego-centric mechanism.
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