General Theory of Exobehaviours: A New Proposal to Unify Behaviors
Nowadays science has not found a way to unify the behavior of biological and autonomous nonbiological systems. While psychology uses the property of intelligence as a basis for explaining cognitive behaviors, artificial intelligence has been unable to explain that property and provide to nonbiological systems with it. In addition, discoveries in the last decade have demonstrated the existence of random and cyclic behaviors in nature that complicate the possibility of unifying the behaviors that are known so far in living organisms. This article presents a new proposal, called general theory of exobehavior, to explain behaviors in a unified way of biological and autonomous non-biological systems, and achieve a foundation for AI as a science.
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