The science side of the LIDA cognitive model fleshes out the Global Workspace Theory of consciousness into a full cognitive model of how minds work. The engineering side explores architectural designs for software information agents and cognitive robots that promise more flexible, more human-like intelligence within their domains. The architectures and mechanisms that underlie intelligence and consciousness in humans can be expected to yield information agents, and cognitive robots that learn continually, adapt readily to dynamic environments, and behave flexibly and intelligently when faced with novel and unexpected situations. Visit our homepage for tutorials on the LIDA cognitive model as well as its software framework.

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