Cognitive psychology-based artificial intelligence review

Front Neurosci. 2022 Oct 6;16:1024316. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2022.1024316. eCollection 2022.

Abstract

Most of the current development of artificial intelligence is based on brain cognition, however, this replication of biology cannot simulate the subjective emotional and mental state changes of human beings. Due to the imperfections of existing artificial intelligence, this manuscript summarizes and clarifies that artificial intelligence system combined with cognitive psychology is the research direction of artificial intelligence. It aims to promote the development of artificial intelligence and give computers human advanced cognitive abilities, so that computers can recognize emotions, understand human feelings, and eventually achieve dialog and empathy with humans and other artificial intelligence. This paper emphasizes the development potential and importance of artificial intelligence to understand, possess and discriminate human mental states, and argues its application value with three typical application examples of human-computer interaction: face attraction, affective computing, and music emotion, which is conducive to the further and higher level of artificial intelligence research.

Keywords: artificial intelligence; behavioral science; cognitive psychology; cognitive theory; human–computer interaction.

Publication types

  • Review