Research Department, Association Engineering Researchers, Russia
*Corresponding Author: Evgeny Bryndin, Research Department, Association Engineering Researchers, Russia.
Received: August 05, 2022; Published: November 11, 2022
The article discusses a hierarchical categorical approach to cross-platform cooperation through virtual intelligent digital thinking based on the criteria and knowledge and skills of mankind. Virtual thinking performs analysis, synthesis, logical judgments and develops the cognitive and creative abilities of the technological mind based on artificial intelligence. Technological intelligence with artificial intelligence can compare thoughts, opinions, images and worldviews according to the criterion of utility for good. A technological mind with artificial intelligence can choose thoughts, opinions, images and worldviews according to the criterion of preference: either equivalent, equivalent, or similar. Technological intelligence with artificial intelligence can detect novelty on the principle of opposite (optimal - not optimal; effective - not effective; dangerous - safe, etc.) according to the criterion from the opposite based on objective conditions and patterns based on communicative associative logic. It is possible to increase professional knowledge by technological cognitive intelligence with communicative associative virtual thinking by means of artificial intelligence on quantitative and qualitative patterns on technological platforms with analytical systems. The technological mind is more efficient than the human in terms of the speed of information processing and learning, as well as in terms of the volume of rapid memory and information sampling. The human mind is incapable of cross-platform cooperation without technological mind with artificial intelligence.
Keywords: Technological Intelligence; Hierarchical Categorical Approach; Virtual Thinking; Criteria; Patterns; Artificial Intelligence
Citation: Evgeny Bryndin. “Cross-Platform Collaboration with Help Virtual Digital Thinking of Technological Mind with Artificial Intelligence". Acta Scientific Computer Sciences 4.12 (2022): 08-12.
Copyright: © 2022 Evgeny Bryndin. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.