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Artificial intelligence and creation of complex organizational and technical systems (Part 2)
Mikhail Yu. Babich, Doctor of engineering sciences, associate professor, key specialist, Research and Production Enterprise “Rubin” (2 Baidukova street, Penza, Russia), E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Background. Complex organizational and technical systems with elements of artificial intelligence are considered, that is, systems, in the course of their functioning, unconventional tasks related to human creative abilities are solved. The task is to prove the concept of artificial intelligence is relative and depends on the observer, which can contribute to a change in the modern view of researchers on the issues of achieving artificial intelligence capabilities in complex organizational and technical systems. Materials and methods. The concept of a rational agent that does not make mistakes is considered. The closeness of the introduced concept to the carrier of artificial intelligence in a weak sense is shown. The axioms of a rational agent belonging to several systems simultaneously are considered. Complex organizational and technical systems are considered as multi-agent systems. Results. The properties of organizational and technical systems, in the contour of which dysrational agents function, that is, agents whose behavior is not rational, are analyzed. It is proved that if the introduced axioms of agents' belonging to systems are observed, the concept of rationality depends on the system in which the observer is located and on the observation time period. Nonlinear systems, which include many organizational and technical systems, are considered. The absence of an adequate forecasting apparatus during the onset of chaos is proved. Conclusions. It has been established that the concept of a rational or dysrational agent and, therefore, the concept of artificial intelligence in a weak sense is relative. The strategy for the creation and development of organizational and technical systems is determined while fulfilling the proposed axioms and the validity of the considered assumptions.
organizational and technical system, artificial intelligence, multi-agent system, rational agent, synergetics, attractor, chaos
Babich M.Yu. Artificial intelligence and creation of complex organizational and technical systems (Part 2). Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Povolzhskiy region. Tekhnicheskie nauki = University proceedings. Volga region. Engineering sciences. 2022;(1):32–41. (In Russ.). doi:10.21685/2072-3059-2022-1-3
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