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Companion Cognitive Systems: Design Goals and Lessons Learned So Far

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3 Author(s)
Kenneth D. Forbus ; Northwestern University ; Matthew Klenk ; Thomas Hinrichs

The companion cognitive architecture supports experiments in achieving human-level intelligence. This article describes seven key design goals of companions, relating them to properties of human reasoning and learning, and to engineering concerns raised by attempting to build large-scale cognitive systems. We summarize our experiences with companions in two domains: test taking and game playing.

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IEEE Intelligent Systems  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 4 )