intelligent agent

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intelligent agent

[in¦tel·ə·jənt ′ā·jənt]
(industrial engineering)
A computing hardware- or software-based system that operates without the direct intervention of humans or other agents, examples include robots, smart sensors, and Web-search software agents.
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The Lovelace Test for machine originality has three values: a = artificial agent, h = human creator, and o = original concept.
We submit that no artificial agent can properly choose unless alternatives are represented explicitly in some analog to consciousness.
Consequently, the security and tracking of information on transition is an uphill task for institutions of government and business organisations; hence this study proposes the use of an Enhanced Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) File Encryption System for the Security and tracking of information Transition by embedding Feedback Artificial Agent (FAA) and Time Circuit Algorithm (TCA).
In cognitive robotics, first of all you need to understand how the human mind works so cognitive functions, for example memory, perception, language processing and the purpose is to replicate these functions in an artificial agent.
So, through learning, proposed artificial agent tried to change its behavior, by predicting and understanding the emotions of the interacting person.
In addition to implementing legal concepts and interpretations, it will be useful for an artificial agent to model (at least to some extent) human morality.
In cognitive robotics, first of all you need to understand how the human mind works functions like, for example memory, perception, language processing and the purpose is to replicate these functions in an artificial agent.
On the Synthesis of Useful Social Laws for Artificial Agent Societies.
Harrison, "Using Stories to Teach Human Values to Artificial Agents," in Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on AI, Ethics and Society, Phoenix, Arizona, 2016.