What fields of psychology have contributed the most to artificial intelligence?
Strictly speaking, since we do not yet have true artificial intelligence, the question is moot. We do not yet have a reasonable proxy for an average person, at least one that might fool another person. What we do have might more precisely be termed various modalities of Synthetic intelligence. It seems the general public has largely been duped by the fantastic possibilities portrayed by Hollywood.
See my Quora answers to:
- How are artificial intelligence and neuroscience related to each other?
- Where should I get started with cognitive computing having a master in cognitive psychology?
- Is anyone working on developing AI systems that model psychopathology or learned maladaptive behaviors?
- How are Psychology and Machine Learning related to each other?
- Have NLP/sentiment analysis ever been used on therapist notes?
- What is reasoning, or automated reasoning, in the context of knowledge representation?
- How can we relate psychology and robotics?
- Are there any pathological problems for which deep belief networks fail catastrophically?
- Could NLP be used to determine whether or not a medication might work for a patient based on their forum posts?
- What is the relationship between Cognitive Psychology and Computer Science?
- If an AI is achieved by whatever means, would it be subjected to having psychological issues like ours?
- If statistics/machine learning is so powerful, why can’t we predict suicidal cases in India – primarily in farmers?
See also my quick and dirty webpages:
- Cyberpsychology & Dialog Systems | Meta-Guide.com
- Psychographics & Natural Language | Meta-Guide.com
- Psychopathology & Natural Language Processing 2014 | Meta-Guide.com
- Psychopathology & Natural Language Processing 2015 | Meta-Guide.com
- Psychotherapy & Natural Language Processing 2014 | Meta-Guide.com
- Psychotherapy & Natural Language Processing 2015 | Meta-Guide.com
- Robopsychology Citations | Meta-Guide.com
- Robopsychology Meta Guide (Draft) | Meta-Guide.com