Making AI 'Smart': Bridging AI and Cognitive Science

31 Dec 2021  ·  Madhav Agarwal, Siddhant Bansal ·

The last two decades have seen tremendous advances in Artificial Intelligence. The exponential growth in terms of computation capabilities has given us hope of developing humans like robots. The question is: are we there yet? Maybe not. With the integration of cognitive science, the 'artificial' characteristic of Artificial Intelligence (AI) might soon be replaced with 'smart'. This will help develop more powerful AI systems and simultaneously gives us a better understanding of how the human brain works. We discuss the various possibilities and challenges of bridging these two fields and how they can benefit each other. We argue that the possibility of AI taking over human civilization is low as developing such an advanced system requires a better understanding of the human brain first.

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