2007 - Mind & Brain Prize, University and Polytechnic of Turin
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Knowledge management, Social psychology, Artificial intelligence, Normative and Autonomy. The concepts of his Knowledge management study are interwoven with issues in Credibility, Intelligent agent, Multi-agent system, Autonomous agent and Computational trust. His work on Crying and Embarrassment is typically connected to Structure and Body movement as part of general Social psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His research in Artificial intelligence intersects with topics in Epistemology, Action and Social reasoning. His Normative study incorporates themes from Management science, Ontology, Organizational commitment, Deliberation and Norm. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Rationality, Openness to experience, Phenomenon, Delegation and Knowledge acquisition.
Cristiano Castelfranchi spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Artificial intelligence, Knowledge management, Cognitive psychology and Epistemology. His work in Social psychology tackles topics such as Normative which are related to areas like Management science. Cristiano Castelfranchi has researched Artificial intelligence in several fields, including Cognitive science and Human–computer interaction.
His work deals with themes such as Social relation and Action, which intersect with Cognitive science. His studies deal with areas such as Computational trust, Multi-agent system and Delegation as well as Knowledge management. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Multi-agent system, Autonomous agent and Software agent is strongly linked to Intelligent agent.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Knowledge management, Epistemology, Cognitive psychology and Social simulation. His study in Social psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phenomenon and Mental representation. His research integrates issues of Context, Curriculum, Social network, Multi-agent system and Data science in his study of Knowledge management.
His Epistemology study combines topics in areas such as Pride, Social exchange theory, Focus and Reputation. His Social simulation research is classified as research in Artificial intelligence. His Artificial intelligence research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quality and Information source.
Cristiano Castelfranchi focuses on Epistemology, Social psychology, Human–computer interaction, Cognitive science and Relevance. When carried out as part of a general Epistemology research project, his work on Confirmation bias and Normative is frequently linked to work in Transitive relation, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. In his work, Software agent, Ambient intelligence, Intelligent agent and Delegate is strongly intertwined with Multi-agent system, which is a subfield of Human–computer interaction.
His Software agent study deals with Bridging intersecting with Artificial intelligence. Within one scientific family, Cristiano Castelfranchi focuses on topics pertaining to Direct experience under Artificial intelligence, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Social simulation. His studies in Cognitive science integrate themes in fields like Code, Representation, Social relation and Action.
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Cognitive and social action
Rosaria Conte;Cristiano Castelfranchi.
Principles of trust for MAS: cognitive anatomy, social importance, and quantification
C. Castelfranchi;R. Falcone.
international conference on multi agent systems (1998)
Trust Theory: A Socio-Cognitive and Computational Model
Christiano Castelfranchi;Rino Falcone.
Modelling social action for AI agents
Artificial Intelligence (1998)
Commitments: From Individual Intentions to Groups and Organizations
Social trust: a cognitive approach
Rino Falcone;Cristiano Castelfranchi.
Trust and deception in virtual societies (2001)
Intelligent Agents VII: Agent Theories, Architectures and Languages
Cristiano Castelfranchi;Yves Lespérance.
Deliberative Normative Agents: Principles and Architecture.
C. Castelfranchi;F. Dignum;C. M. Jonker;J. Treur.
A social reasoning mechanism based on dependence networks
Jaime Simão Sichman;Rosaria Conte;Yves Demazeau;Cristiano Castelfranchi.
european conference on artificial intelligence (1997)
Guarantees for autonomy in cognitive agent architecture
intelligent agents (1995)
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