Implementation of Competencies by Smart Ethical Artificial Intelligence in Different Environments

Evgeny Bryndin
2020 Software Engineering (Science Publishing Group)  
Smart artificial intelligence has psychological, analytical, research, language, professional and behavioral competencies. Its psychological competencies are communication, self-regulation, adaptability during changes, motivation, empathy -identifying the needs of the environment. Psychological competence determines his psychological intelligence -the ability to adequately use his own capabilities, the ability to find solutions and choose adequate ways of communication. Ethical competencies of
more » ... ntelligent artificial intelligence are determined by ethical standards. Each competence is exercised by an intelligent agent with a competent functional professional manner. Intelligent agents form an ensemble with intelligent ethical artificial intelligence. The use of an ensemble with smart ethical artificial intelligence in various environments is carried out by synergistic tuning of the interaction of intelligent agents based on data of specific environment obtained by an analytical competent intellectual agent. The interaction of the analytical competent intellectual agent with the environment is carried out through the smart interface of the ensemble. Intelligence and consciousness have fascinated humanity for a long time and we have long sought to replicate this in machines. In this work we show some design principles for a compassionate and conscious artificial intelligence. We present a computational framework for engineering intelligence, empathy and consciousness in machines. We hope that this framework will allow us to better understand consciousness and design machines that are conscious and empathetic. Our hope is that this will also shift the discussion from a fear of artificial intelligence towards designing machines that embed our cherished values in them. Consciousness, intelligence and empathy would be worthy design goals that can be engineered in machines.
doi:10.11648/ fatcat:jlpivhmvb5fbncuq6jux6tpmxi