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In Psychological medicine ; h5-index 82.0

Artificial intelligence has dramatically changed the world as we know it, but is yet to fully embrace 'hot' cognition, i.e., the way an intelligent being's thinking is affected by their emotional state. Artificial intelligence encompassing hot cognition will not only usher in enhanced machine-human interactions, but will also promote a much needed ethical approach. Theory of Mind, the ability of the human mind to attribute mental states to others, is a key component of hot cognition. To endow machines with (limited) Theory of Mind capabilities, computer scientists will need to work closely with psychiatrists, psychologists and neuroscientists. They will need to develop new models, but also to formally define what problems need to be solved and how the results should be assessed.

Cuzzolin F, Morelli A, Cîrstea B, Sahakian B J


AI ethics, Theory of Mind, artificial intelligence (AI), hot cognition, human–machine interaction