Self-Aware Problem Solving
Author(s)Winston, Patrick Henry
I describe a problem-solving scenario in which the Genesis story understanding system tells its own story, in its own inner language, as it answers a question, ``Did Lu kill Shan because America is individualistic,'' about a grisly murder. Genesis's inner-language story enables Genesis to describe, in English, what it is doing as it answers questions, finds concepts in its own thinking, summarizes, instructs, and finds similar problem-solving stories. I suggest that the ideas in Genesis's self-awareness capability will lead to more trustworthy systems.
computational models of human intelligence, story understanding, self-aware problem solving