Impact of Cognitive Architectures on Human-Computer Interaction

Report No. ARL-TR-7092
Authors: Sidney C Smith
Date/Pages: September 2014; 18 pages
Abstract: Researchers have been developing, using, and implementing cognitive architectures in an attempt to understand how humans gather, process, and use information. Cognitive architectures have been used to advance the study and application of artificial intelligence. They have also been used to predict human performance and, in so doing, evaluate user interfaces. In this report we will review the influence of several cognitive architectures—specifically, asking what promises were made, what impacts were realized, and what potential impact can we reasonably expect in the future.
Distribution: Approved for public release
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Last Update / Reviewed: September 1, 2014