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DATE

2003-06-18

AUTHORS

Igor Aleksander , Barry Dunmall

ABSTRACT

A new approach that identifies necessary design requirements for neural machinery that one could claim is conscious is presented. Usually such designs stem from a third-person inference of suitable mechanisms which are thought to underpin conscious behaviour. The novelty here comes from using the first person (introspection) to identify a set of necessary axiomatic principles that the neuro-machinery of an agent must deliver and turn these into architectural design requirements for a conscious system. It also leads to the major conclusion that a full description of the neural mechanisms is also a full description of what it is to be conscious. More... »

PAGES

630-637

Book

TITLE

Computational Methods in Neural Modeling

ISBN

978-3-540-40210-7
978-3-540-44868-6

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/3-540-44868-3_80

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/3-540-44868-3_80

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