Enhancing the common model of cognition with social cognitive components – "the rise of the humans"

John Yanosy, Chris Wicher
2018 Procedia Computer Science  
The intent of this paper is to add inspirational context/understanding for the Common Model of Cognition (CMC) by postulating that the model's definitions and constituent cognitive concepts are influenced by the social and technology contexts individuals participate in and experience and that evolving this common understanding can be facilitated though collaboration to share data and create consistent definitions of the model and its components using an approach already proven to be successful
more » ... n to be successful in the biomedical research community. In order to facilitate collaboration and sharing of research data and enable reaching a consensus on the definitions of the CMC and its components, we propose the collaborative development of a framework of ontologies, such as has been accomplished by the biomedical research community with The Open Biological and Biomedical Ontologies (OBO) Foundry. Abstract The intent of this paper is to add inspirational context/understanding for the Common Model of Cognition (CMC) by postulating that the model's definitions and constituent cognitive concepts are influenced by the social and technology contexts individuals participate in and experience and that evolving this common understanding can be facilitated though collaboration to share data and create consistent definitions of the model and its components using an approach already proven to be successful in the biomedical research community. In order to facilitate collaboration and sharing of research data and enable reaching a consensus on the definitions of the CMC and its components, we propose the collaborative development of a framework of ontologies, such as has been accomplished by the biomedical research community with The Open Biological and Biomedical Ontologies (OBO) Foundry.
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2018.11.025 fatcat:ypt6heqaerbrhiewkdeqztdsgq