A new challenge is proposed for future intelligent artifacts based on biologically inspired cognitive architectures (BICA), called the BICA Challenge. Namely, it is proposed that a BICA agent can only be considered human-level intelligent if it can be accepted and trusted as an equal member (a “person”) by a human community. For example, an agent of this sort would be able to win a political election against human candidates.

Chella, A., Lebiere, C., Noelle, D., & Samsonovich, A. (2011). On a Roadmap to Biologically Inspired Cognitive Agents. In A. Samsonovich, & K. Johannsdottir (a cura di), Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures 2011 (pp. 453-460). Amsterdam : IOS Press [10.3233/978-1-60750-959-2-453].

On a Roadmap to Biologically Inspired Cognitive Agents

CHELLA, Antonio;
2011

Abstract

A new challenge is proposed for future intelligent artifacts based on biologically inspired cognitive architectures (BICA), called the BICA Challenge. Namely, it is proposed that a BICA agent can only be considered human-level intelligent if it can be accepted and trusted as an equal member (a “person”) by a human community. For example, an agent of this sort would be able to win a political election against human candidates.
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Chella, A., Lebiere, C., Noelle, D., & Samsonovich, A. (2011). On a Roadmap to Biologically Inspired Cognitive Agents. In A. Samsonovich, & K. Johannsdottir (a cura di), Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures 2011 (pp. 453-460). Amsterdam : IOS Press [10.3233/978-1-60750-959-2-453].
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