|Lovotics is one of the publications of OMICS group with most cited articles on Cognitive aspects of Artificial Intelligence. The journal presents an education series providing updates as well as, an ongoing annotated research review of relevant papers will help to understand and overcome control for effective and efficient Cognitive aspects of Artificial Intelligence over wireless sensor and actuator networks.
Cognitive scientists attempting to explain human intelligence share a puzzle with artiï¬cial intelligence researchers aiming to create computers that exhibit human-level intelligence. In addition to simulating intelligence to model and study the human mind, artificial intelligence involves the study of cognitive phenomena in machines and attempts to implement aspects of human intelligence in computer programs. These programs can be used to address a variety of complex problems with the goal of doing so more efficiently than a human. New theories in the cognitive science field often influence improved artificial intelligence agents that better simulate the human thought process.
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