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Chance Discovery as Analogy Based Value Sensing

Yukio Ohsawa, Akinori Abe and Jun Nakamura
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Yukio Ohsawa: The University of Tokyo, Tokyo
Akinori Abe: ATR Knowledge Science Laboratories, Japan
Jun Nakamura: The University of Tokyo, Tokyo

International Journal of Organizational and Collective Intelligence (IJOCI), 2010, vol. 1, issue 1, 44-57

Abstract: The authors are finding rising demands for sensing values in existing/new events and items in the real life. Chance discovery, focusing on new events significant for human decision making, can be positioned extensively as an approach to value sensing. This extension enables the innovation of various artificial systems, where human’s talent of analogical thinking comes to be the basic engine. Games for training and activating this talent are introduced, and it is clarified that these games train the an essential talent of human for chance discovery, by discussing the experimental results of these games on the logical framework of analogical abductive reasoning.

Date: 2010
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