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The 14th AI Art & Aesthetics Research Meeting "AI Aesthetics and the Polytheism"
Artificial Intelligence Art and Aesthetics Exhibition Symposium 04
- January 6, 2018 14:00-19:00
- Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) Auditorium
- Hiroyuki Okada
Head, Advanced Intelligence and Robotics Research Center (AIBot) Research Institute, Tamagawa University. Executive Director, The RoboCup Japanese National Committee
- Satoshi Kurihara
Professor of The University of Electro-Communications, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering. Director of Artificial Intelligence eXploration Research Center(AIX)
- Kenji Doya
Professor, Neural Computation Unit Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST)
- Hiroyuki Okada
- Moderator: Kenji Doya (OIST), Hideki Nakazawa (AIAARG)
- Simultaneous interpretation (J/E)
- Artificial Intelligence Art and Aesthetics Research Group (AIAARG)
[In collaboration with]
- Goethe Institut
- In collaboration with: Goethe-Institut Tokyo, as a part of "A Better Version of 人", a common project by the Goethe-Institutes in East Asia
- JAPAN AIRLINES [JAL]
- Kakenhi on Innovative Areas: Artificial Intelligence and Brain Science
- Post-K Exploratory Challenge: Whole-brain Simulation and Brain-style AI
"Disembodied cognition as a new concept of intelligence from a viwepoint of 'Projection Science'"
"Projection Science" is a completely new methodology for elucidating human cognition, and it is argued that the process of projecting the representation into the outside world is the source of the subjective experience from the stimulation and information of the physical world.
In my talk, we discuss the possibility of a new cognitive mechanism of disembodiment cognition by rethinking the concept of physical cognition so far from the viewpoint of Projection Science.
In particular, we want to consider phenomena that are believed to exist for some reason "Projection Science", even though there is no external object directly related to generation of symbols such as ghosts or gods, or not recognized.
- "Projection Science" is a completely new methodology for elucidating human cognition, and it is argued that the process of projecting the representation into the outside world is the source of the subjective experience from the stimulation and information of the physical world.
"Influence happen to R&D of AI through Western or Oriental perspective"
- Current AI R&D based on machine learning technology should be seen as intelligent information processing technology. And, as second step, R&D of "general" and "autonomous" AI, which is true AI, is going to begin acceleration. AI system becomes large and complicated, and it will be difficult to understand the whole system 100%. Conventional science and technology has been mainly designed in a top-down manner, but for large-scale complex systems it is necessary to adopt a bottom-up method as well. The top-down method has high affinity with the Western perspective, while the bottom-up method has high affinity with the Oriental perspective. In this presentation, let's think about the influence happen to R&D of AI through Western or Oriental perspective.
* (III) "Traffic Signal Control by DQN" "Multi Layered Emergent Architecture" (2) Auditorium.
"What will adaptive autonomous robots dream of?"
- Until just a few years ago, robots and AI agents were to apply rules designed by humans to given inputs. By a happy marriage with deep learning, reinforcement learning can now be applied to real-world problems so that robots and AI agents can acquire their own action policies. Reinforcement learning is a framework for maximizing externally defined “rewards,” which could be running as fast as possible or gaining as much game scores as possible. Can robots and AI agents find and select their rewards by themselves? If they can, what would those rewards be? I will introduce our research trying to answer those questions.
* (IV) Kenji Doya and the Smartphone Robot Development Team "Can Robots Find Their Own Goals?" (20) Level B, Center Bldg.