Practical reasoning in the deliberations of an intelligent autonomous agent
This chapter outlines possible future developments and prospects of computational argumentation systems on practical (means-end, goal-directed) reasoning in artificial intelligence by leading the reader through a series of simple examples, gradually leading to more complex examples. The Carneades Argumentation System is used to model the structure of the argumentation in these examples, and through this, it is shown how formal systems of deliberation dialogue need to be applied to problems posed by the more complex examples.
Walton, D. N. (2019)., Practical reasoning in the deliberations of an intelligent autonomous agent, in J. Vallverd & V. C. Müller (eds.), Blended cognition, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 53-84.
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