Artificial intelligence and agentive cognition: a logico-linguistic approach

Aziz Zambak, Roger Vergauwen

Abstract


Every agent (animal or human) perceives and reacts to its own environment according to its own psychophysical structure and organization. This is true for machine intelligence as well as for any other agent. Machine intelligence must perceive and react to its environment according to its own cognitive organization, which requires a linguistic model. We claim that we need a logico-linguistic ontology for the construction of the agentive character of machine intelligence.

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