In Search of Computational Correlates of Artificial Qualia

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Antonio Chella, Salvatore Gaglio
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Abstract
In previous papers we presented a robot cognitive architecture organized in three computational areas. The subconceptual area is concerned with the processing of data coming from the sensors. In the linguistic area representation and processing are based on a logic-oriented formalism. The conceptual area is intermediate between the subconceptual and the linguistic areas and it is based on the notion of conceptual spaces. The robot, starting from the 3D information stored in the conceptual area and from the data coming form sensors and processed by the subconceptual area, is able to build a 2D viewer dependent reconstruction of the scene it is perceiving. This 2D model corresponds to what the robot is seeing at any given time. We suggest that the conceptual and the linguistic areas are at the basis of the robot artificial qualia.
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Proceedings of the 2nd Conference on Artificiel General Intelligence (2009)
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Advances in Intelligent Systems Research
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June 2009
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978-90-78677-24-6
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1951-6851
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