The lecture by Danny Arlen de Jesús Goméz Ramiréz will take place at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna in Room 201. If you are interested in participating, please email to email@example.com
Host: Axel Polleres
Danny is a scientific researcher and consulting in cognitive sciences, artificial and human intelligence, pure and applied mathematics. He is also the founder and leader of the interdisciplinary network ARMAINTE & A.M.I, aiming to achieve artificial mathematical intelligence, among others.
Based on an interdisciplinary approach involving (fusions of) methodologies used in cognitive science, computational creativity, artificial intelligence, computer science, physics and (pure and applied) (meta-)mathematics, we present (formalizations of) an initial taxonomy of the fundamental cognitive mechanisms used in mathematical creation. These mechanisms serve, at the same time, as a grounding support for the construction of an artificial agent being able to solve conceptually highly complex scientific problems based on a mathematical setting.
In conclusion, we show that the existence and coherence of such a co-creative (mathematical) artificial system, is feasible from an interdisciplinary perspective. In particular, we describe the huge impact that such a cognitive software could have regarding the conceptual analysis of extremely complex (formal) systems.