By Mario Alviano, Carmine Dodaro, Francesco Ricca (auth.), Matteo Baldoni, Cristina Baroglio, Guido Boella, Roberto Micalizio (eds.)
This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the thirteenth foreign convention of the Italian organization for man made Intelligence, AI*IA 2013, held in Turin, Italy, in December 2013. The forty five revised complete papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 86 submissions. The convention covers commonly the various facets of theoretical and utilized synthetic Intelligence as follows: wisdom illustration and reasoning, computer studying, usual language processing, making plans, dispensed AI: robotics and MAS, recommender structures and semantic internet and AI applications.
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Thus affects do not just compete with our “deliberations”, they enter our decision process and alter the basic principles of deliberation. Goal theory is deeply affected by affects, and this is something that has to be systematically clarified. Only a computational model and architecture might clarify this complex interaction not just competition. 4 Against the Hedonistic Version of the Motivational "Value" It is wrong that we pursue our goals because - when realized - they give us "pleasure"; the greater the expected pleasure the stronger the motivating power of the goal, its attractive force; the worst the expected pain, trouble, the stronger the avoidance force.
Beliefs in goal processing 22 C. , due to a perceived conflict)? Of goal “suspensions” (waiting for re-activation) or complete abandon? Of the evaluation of our skills, competence, know-how and possible plans (different from “planning”); or our selfconfidence? Of the evaluation of the external conditions for a successful execution of the intended action? And so on. The path of goals in our mind, from their triggering to their active pursuit (the execution of the identified instrumental act), is rather complex, with several “phases” and outcomes.
Or are they contradictory? Two basic principles determine the strength of a candidate B: - The more reliable, trustworthy (competent, well informed, and honest) the source (and the transmission of the information) the more credible the belief. The doxastic value of B is a function of the credibility of its source. That's why we preserve a good memory of belief sources: we need to “readjust” the credibility of a given source when we discover that its information was wrong; otherwise, we confirm that it was valid.