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Title: Do Intellectual Systems Need Emotions?
Other Titles: Нужны ли интеллектуальным системам эмоции?
Authors: Davydov, M. V.
Osipov, A.
Kilin, S. Ya.
Kulchitsky, V. l.
Keywords: материалы конференций;intellectual systems;feedback;emotions;natural neural networks
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: БГУИР
Citation: Do Intellectual Systems Need Emotions? / Davydov M. V. [et al.] // Открытые семантические технологии проектирования интеллектуальных систем = Open Semantic Technologies for Intelligent Systems (OSTIS-2019) : материалы международной научно-технической конференции, Минск, 21 - 23 февраля 2019 г. / Белорусский государственный университет информатики и радиоэлектроники; редкол.: В. В. Голенков (гл. ред.) [и др.]. - Минск, 2019. - С. 333 - 336.
Abstract: One of the unresolved issues in the problem of artificial intelligence is the question of the desirability of introducing elements of motivation and emotions into artificial neural networks. The attitude to this issue is still controversial. The coding system in the interfaces is based on the binary system of the "on-off" type. In the case that an emotional component is included into the artificial intelligence system, it is advisable to introduce, along with binary coding system, a positive or negative attitude to the decision which is being made by implementing a feedback system. Thus, the “on” or “off” due to the feedback can, at a certain level of “noise” or emotional disturbances, decline or turn into appropriate opposite. This article presents an attempt to critically understand the existing problem of an effective result of artificial intelligence in the presence of positive or negative emotional component of varying intensity and duration. It is important that all events associated with artificial intelligence functioning should be considered not as static ones, but as events developing simultaneously in time and space.
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