Abstract

This Article entitles that, the role of Artificial Intelligence in psychology states that Psychology is the study of mental processes and behaviour of individuals. It is about artificial cognitive processes required for an artificially intelligent entity to be intelligent, learning, autonomous and self-developing. In psychology there are several specialties or focuses of study. In cognitive psychology, how the brain thinks and works. This includes learning, memory, perception, language and Logic. There is also developmental psychology that considers how an individual adapts and changes during different developmental stages and what is appropriate to consider of a human based on development. Sports psychology considers how to affect individual performance and how performance affects the individual. So Artificial Psychology for the purposes of this paper contains the artificial mental process considered necessary to create intelligent, autonomous, self-evolving, artificially cognitive systems. “Real artificial intelligence” as the simulation of actual human behaviour is often referred to as artificial general intelligence (AGI). In AGI, machines are supposed to be built in a way that makes it impossible to distinguish them from real humans. There are three areas, in which psychology needs to play a leading role:1. User Experience (UX) in the interaction with artificial intelligence. The psychological impact of AI on humans 2. Other psychological concepts, such as emotion and empathy will have to be created in the same way as intelligence for example “Artificial Empathy” to recreate a fully functioning artificial general intelligence 3. “Mental” health of both machines and human beings.

Full Text

Published Version
Open DOI Link

Get access to 115M+ research papers

Discover from 40M+ Open access, 2M+ Pre-prints, 9.5M Topics and 32K+ Journals.

Sign Up Now! It's FREE

Talk to us

Join us for a 30 min session where you can share your feedback and ask us any queries you have

Schedule a call