Bridging Generative Networks with the Common Model of Cognition
Keywords:Cognitive Architecture, Common Model, Artificial Intelligence, Generative Model
AbstractThis article presents a theoretical framework for adapting the Common Model of Cognition to large generative network models within the field of artificial intelligence. This can be accomplished by restructuring modules within the Common Model into shadow production systems that are peripheral to a central production system, which handles higher-level reasoning based on the shadow productions’ output. Implementing this novel structure within the Common Model allows for a seamless connection between cognitive architectures and generative neural networks.
Integration of Cognitive Architectures and Generative Models