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"Artificial Cognition platforms provides fresh learn efforts in man made intelligence approximately development synthetic structures in a position to acting cognitive projects. Such learn will depend on modeling and simulating cognitive strategies and as a result constructs experimental labs to guage speculation and theories approximately cognition. man made Cognition platforms deals contributions from researchers with diverse backgrounds using varied views in cognitive procedures modeling and simulation, and brings forth a massive and open dialogue in man made intelligence: how cognitive strategies will be significant to man made platforms.
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