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  1. LIDA (cognitive architecture)

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    LIDA (Learning Intelligent Distribution Agent) cognitive architecture is an integrated artificial cognitive system that attempts to model a broad spectrum

  2. Outline of thought

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    Cognition Cognitive biology Cognitive computing Cognitive deficit Cognitive dissonance Cognitive linguistics Cognitive module Cognitive psychology Cognitive science

  3. Virtual assistant

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    2018). "PAPA: A parallel programming assistant powered by IBM Watson cognitive computing technology". Journal of Computational Science. 26: 275–284. doi:10

  4. Michal Rosen-Zvi

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    specialised in the fields of medical image analysis, machine learning, and cognitive computing, including creation of a structured dataset on governmental responses

  5. Comparison of cognitive architectures

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    The following table compares cognitive architectures. List of artificial intelligence projects A Survey of Cognitive and Agent Architectures by the Artificial

  6. Cognitive apprenticeship

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    Cognitive apprenticeship is a theory that emphasizes the importance of the process in which a master of a skill teaches that skill to an apprentice. Constructivist

  7. Cognitive style

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    Cognitive style or thinking style is a concept used in cognitive psychology to describe the way individuals think, perceive and remember information. Cognitive

  8. Starship Commander: Arcade

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    releases on SteamVR Starship Commander uses Microsoft Cognitive Services, a Cognitive computing platform to detect speech and intent from the player to

  9. Social computing

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    is often called social software illustrate ideas from social computing. Social computing begins with the observation that humans—and human behavior—are

  10. Neurophilosophy

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    view a system as computing then you can say that it is computing. Piccinini points out that, in this view, not only is everything computing, but also everything

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