HUMAN-ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE DIALOGUE: IN THE CONTEXT OF HUMANISM AND THE EPISTEMOLOGICAL MEANINGS OF INTELLECTUAL VIRTUE

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Published: May 30, 2024

  Asadova Bahaddin Turana

Abstract

The article takes a philosophical look at the possibility and peculiarities of human-artificial intelligence dialogue in the light of modern epistemological principles. In the approach, the interaction of the concepts of "natural consciousness", "artificial consciousness", "artificial intelligence", "double contingency", "recursiveness", "implicit knowledge", "obvious knowledge" is considered as a systematic theoreticalmethodological categorical apparatus. At this time, the relations of these concepts are examined against the background of the concepts of "humanism" and "intellectual virtue" and within the principle of dialogicity of consciousness. The main scientific goal of the research is related to the highlighted features. It is shown that human-artificial intelligence dialogue as a whole is possible in the aspect of the principle of humanism. However, this issue should have its own mechanism of realization in the philosophical and epistemological context. In that quality, the article puts forward the thesis that "intellectual virtue" can play a constructive role. At the same time, the place and role of double contingency and recursion phenomena are important among the epistemological conditions of the possibility of human-artificial intelligence dialogue in the context of humanism. Double contingency defines the epistemological boundary of that dialogue. Recursiveness plays the role of its cognitive mechanism in the aspect of continuity and gradual realization of the process.

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Turana, A. B. (2024). HUMAN-ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE DIALOGUE: IN THE CONTEXT OF HUMANISM AND THE EPISTEMOLOGICAL MEANINGS OF INTELLECTUAL VIRTUE. Baltic Journal of Legal and Social Sciences, (2), 56-64. https://doi.org/10.30525/2592-8813-2024-2-8
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Keywords

artificial consciousness, artificial intelligence, double contingency, recursion, obvious knowledge, implicit knowledge, social sensitivity, cognitive, dialogicity of consciousness

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