MicroPsi is a software platform for building artificial intelligence (AI) systems that are capable of learning, adapting, and interacting with their environment. The MicroPsi agent architecture is a framework for building AI agents that are based on the principles of embodied cognition and situated learning.
Embodied cognition is the idea that the body and the environment play a central role in the way that an organism thinks, learns, and perceives the world. Situated learning is a related concept that emphasizes the importance of the context in which learning takes place. Together, these principles suggest that the best way to build intelligent systems is to give them a body and place them in an environment where they can interact and learn from their experiences.
The MicroPsi agent architecture is designed to support the development of AI agents that are based on these principles. It consists of a number of components, including:
- Sensors: These are the inputs to the system, which allow the agent to perceive its environment and gather information about it.
- Actuators: These are the outputs of the system, which allow the agent to take actions in its environment.
- Cognitive processes: These are the internal processes that the agent uses to process and interpret the information it receives from its sensors, and to decide what actions to take based on that information.
- Learning mechanisms: These are the mechanisms that allow the agent to improve its performance over time by adapting to its environment and learning from its experiences.
MicroPsi could be used to build intelligent virtual humans that are capable of learning, adapting, and interacting with their environment in a realistic and believable way.
One way to use MicroPsi with virtual humans is to build AI agents that are based on the MicroPsi agent architecture and use them as the basis for the virtual humans. These AI agents could be designed to perceive and interact with their environment in a way that is similar to how real humans do, using sensors and actuators that mimic human senses and actions. The cognitive processes and learning mechanisms of the AI agent could then be used to enable the virtual human to think, learn, and adapt to its environment in a way that is similar to how a real human would.
Another way to use MicroPsi with virtual humans is to incorporate the MicroPsi agent architecture into the design of the virtual human itself. This could involve using the cognitive processes and learning mechanisms of the MicroPsi agent architecture to enable the virtual human to process and interpret information from its environment and make decisions based on that information. This could allow the virtual human to behave in a more realistic and believable way, and to adapt and learn from its interactions with its environment.
[BOOK] Principles of synthetic intelligence PSI: an architecture of motivated cognition Joscha Bach – 2009 – books.google.com … Page 7. Foreword In this book Joscha Bach introduces the MicroPsI architecture, an integrated model of the mind. … In recent years, the author and his students have constructed a frame- work for the design ofa speci?c kind of P51 agents: MicroPSI (Bach, 2006). … Cited by 99 Related articles All 5 versions
Functional Modeling of Personality Properties Based on Motivational Traits J Bach – Proceedings of ICCM-7, International Conference on …, 2012 – books.google.com … a cognitive architecture. We propose that these mechanisms are predominantly motivational, and are using the cognitive architecture MicroPsi (Bach 2003, 2009) for analysis and modeling. MicroPsi’s motivational system can … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions
A motivational system for cognitive AI J Bach – Artificial General Intelligence, 2011 – Springer … University of Edinburgh (1993) 14. Bach, J.: Motivated, Emotional Agents in the MicroPsi Framework. In: Proceedings of 8th European Conference on Cognitive Science, Delphi, Greece (2007) 15. Bratman, M.: Intentions, Plans and Practical Reason. … Cited by 11 Related articles All 7 versions
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A Framework for Emergent Emotions, Based on Motivation and Cognitive Modulators J Bach – International Journal of Synthetic Emotions (IJSE), 2012 – igi-global.com … International Journal of Synthetic Emotions (IJSE), 3(1), 43-63. doi:10.4018/jse.2012010104. Chicago. Bach, Joscha. … The cognitive architecture MicroPsi addresses emotion and motivation by defining pre-requisites over which affective dynamics and goal-seeking emerge. … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions
Modeling Motivational Dynamics with Psi/MicroPsi J Bach, D Dörner – Proceedings of KogWis 2012, 2012 – books.google.com The Psi theory (Dörner 1999, Dörner et al. 2002) contributes to a general understanding of the principles of cognition. Specifically, it explains how a finite set of physiological, social and cognitive demands can be functionally specified and lead to the observable … Related articles All 7 versions
Modeling Emotion as an Interaction between Motivation and Modulated Cognition J Bach – lorentzcenter.nl … MicroPsi (Bach 2003, 2009) is an attempt to add to this discussion. … In the available space, only a short introduction to MicroPsi can be given, and I would like to refer the reader to other publications on these topics (Bach 2006, 2007). 4. Outlook … Related articles
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Implementing intelligence. M Hogan – 2009 – psycnet.apa.org … Overall, Bach inspires the reader to embrace the possibilities of AI, and his account of PSI theory and the MicroPSI architecture and framework provides us with an exciting and fruitful new perspective on cognitive science and the philosophy of mind. … All 2 versions
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