Logical Evaluation of Consciousness: For Incorporating Consciousness into Machine Architecture

by   C. N. Padhy, et al.

Machine Consciousness is the study of consciousness in a biological, philosophical, mathematical and physical perspective and designing a model that can fit into a programmable system architecture. Prime objective of the study is to make the system architecture behave consciously like a biological model does. Present work has developed a feasible definition of consciousness, that characterizes consciousness with four parameters i.e., parasitic, symbiotic, self referral and reproduction. Present work has also developed a biologically inspired consciousness architecture that has following layers: quantum layer, cellular layer, organ layer and behavioral layer and traced the characteristics of consciousness at each layer. Finally, the work has estimated physical and algorithmic architecture to devise a system that can behave consciously.



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