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[2L3-OS-6b] [Organized Session] OS-6

Wed. Jun 6, 2018 3:20 PM - 5:00 PM Room L (3F Sapphire Hall Asuka)

4:20 PM - 4:40 PM

[2L3-OS-6b-04] Stories as Living Representation

A Discussion Toward a Computational Model of Emergent World Making

〇Taisuke Akimoto1 (1. Kyushu Institute of Technology)

Keywords: generative narrative system, cognitive architecture, representation

One of the essential natures of the human intelligence is to mentally organize the world in the form of narrative or story, through the interaction with physical or social environments. Based on this thought, we are tackling the systematization of essential mechanism of a narrative-centered cognitive/social architecture for autonomous agents. The focus of this paper is on the cognitive mechanism of generating a story as a mental representation of the external world. We sketch the concept of an emergent story which develops from the internal generative actions of each representational element in the story.