Science Without Philosophy? Critical Components of Human Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence Interaction
Jim Samuel, Associate Professor, Director, Analytics, IS & Applied AI, School of Business, University of Charleston
Myles Garvey, Assistant Teaching Professor, D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University
This session will provide perspectives on the critical components of human intelligence and artificial intelligence interaction. It will provide an overview and an abstraction of current scientific progress in human intelligence and artificial intelligence interaction.
The arguments presented will critically and uniquely address the absence of philosophical foundations, and the consequences of the same. The session will conclude with a call for unified-concepts research founded upon sound philosophizing, and developed through relevant scientific processes.
- Insights into human intelligence
- Insights into artificial Intelligence, contextualized to human intelligence
- Human intelligence and artificial intelligence interaction