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AI Mirror: Visualize AI's Self-knowledge

ACM-MM'20Siyu Hu, Bo Shui, Siyu Jin and Xiaohui Wang

“AI mirror”, an interactive art, tends to visualize the self- knowledge mechanism from the AI’s perspective, and arouses people’s reflection on artificial intelligence. In the first stage of the unconscious imitation, the visual neurons perceive environmental information and mirror neurons imitate hu- man behavior. Then, the language and consciousness are generated from the long term of imitation, denoted as poet and coordinates in an affective space. In the final stage of conscious behavior, an affinity analysis is generated, and the mirror neurons will behave more harmoniously with the user or have the autonomous movements on its own, which evokes the user’s reflection on its undiscovered traits.

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Hu, Siyu, Bo Shui, Siyu Jin, and Xiaohui Wang. "AI Mirror: Visualize AI's Self-knowledge." In Proceedings of the 28th ACM International Conference on Multimedia, pp. 4405-4406. 2020.

Seattle, USA, October 12-16, 2020
ACM MM'20 Interactive Artworks Exhibition
Online Exhibition

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