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Descartes’ Intelligent Agent

Yueming Luo

International Journal of Social Science Studies, 2022, vol. 10, issue 6, 7579

Abstract: Neither the natural science explanation about the agent nor the modern and postmodern philosophical interpretation of the agent (subject) have sounded the death knell of the metaphysical subject in the era of information revolution. The artificial intelligence technology represented by Microsoft Avatar Framework has spread to the creative fields such as music and literature, which are unique to human beings, showing a broad application prospect and arousing academic reflection on human subject. Despite the numerous advantages posed intelligent agents, it is neither desirable nor possible to pull out the subject’s power supply and give up AI or give up human social intelligence. Rethinking Descartes' theory of mind and body will lead to in-depth development of AI.

Date: 2022
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