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Narrative Intelligence (Advances in Consciousness Research)

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Published by John Benjamins Publishing Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rhetoric (General),
  • Psychology Of Communication,
  • Psychology,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Psychotherapy - General,
  • Cognitive Psychology,
  • Linguistics,
  • Narration (Rhetoric),
  • Psychological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMichael Mateas (Editor), Phoebe Sengers (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages340
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8827118M
    ISBN 10158811273X
    ISBN 109781588112736

    The tone of the book is of condescension as if this is the first book on intelligence. It is a book about brain functions, which many neuroscientists have studied. The portion that might be original is the comparison of intelligence to computing (with a lot of examples to make the content accessible)/5. Narrative intelligence is the ability to craft, tell, understand, and respond affectively to stories. Research in computa-tional narrative intelligence seeks to instill narrative intelli-gence into computers. In doing so, the goal of developing computational narrative intelligence is to make computers.

    Akin to Fodor’s () notion of central cognitive processes, narrative intelligence is highly knowledge intensive. Narrative intelligence tasks such as story understanding and story generation require the ability to recognize and act according to technical procedures as well as social and cultural norms. "In this highly readable and entertaining book, Robert Shiller, extending the idea of contagious narratives with profound economic effects beyond stock-market and housing bubbles, ranges widely from old debates about the gold standard to the latest impacts of artificial intelligence. Narrative Economics contains a treasure of priceless. How are our memories, our narratives, and our intelligence interrelated? What can artificial intelligence and narratology say to each other? In this pathbreaking study by an expert on learning and computers, Roger C. Schank argues that artificial intelligence must be based on real human intelligence, which consists largely of applying old situations - and our narratives of them - to new 4/5(2).

    Longer, book-length texts are prohibitively expensive to annotate, so the power of the algorithms is restricted by the quantity of data available for training them. Even if this tagging were more economical, machine-learning systems tend to fare better on simpler narratives and on relating events that are mentioned closer together in the : Inderjeet Mani. Nate is an artificial intelligence PhD, a father, and an expert on the future of work. Anna is recently married and loves to cook, paint, and talk about how psychology shapes almost everything in business. Understandably, some of our experiences don’t overlap. When that happens, we will call it out in the book. These perspectives underpin a range of thematic strands exploring the influence of narrative on notions of selfhood, identity, temporal experience, and the emotions, among others. Drawing from the humanities, literature, history and religious studies, as well as philosophy, the volume opens with papers on narrative intelligence and the.


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SyntaxTextGen not activatedAt its core, artificial intelligence is simply when a machine does something that, if done pdf a person, would be considered intelligent.

There are many different flavors of artificial intelligence that have all become their own buzzwords. Machine learning. Case-based reasoning. Rules-based AI. Deep learning.Narrative Intelligence (NI) — the confluence of narrative, Artificial Intelligence, and download pdf studies — studies, models, and supports the human use of narrative to understand the world.

This volume brings together established work and founding documents in Narrative Intelligence to form a common reference point for NI researchers, providing perspectives from computational linguistics.Narrative Intelligence ebook a bridge between narrative and artificial intelligence.

The book is a ebook of papers that touch on the theory of computation and narrative in various ways. The approach to AI is heavily influenced by Schank, particularly in the sense that to develop a computational model of something is to develop a theory of it.