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Computer Science is Cognitive Science

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Computer Science at present is the fastest growing technology. Cognitive science is the scientific study of the human mind. This goes back to ancient philosophy. At present we are incorporation our thoughts that is the human knowledge into a manmade machine called Expert System. The field is highly interdisciplinary, combining ideas and methods from psychology, computer science, linguistics, philosophy, and neuroscience. The goal is to characterize the nature of human knowledge. The study of cognitive science expresses, understanding the mind and understanding the brain are ultimately inseparable, even though many gaps currently exist between the core questions of human cognition and the questions that can be productively addressed in molecular, cellular or systems neuroscience. Working towards bridging those gaps, there are many opportunities for interaction and collaboration between cognitive science and computer science. There is a saying "Theory without experiment is empty, Experiment without theory is blind." The philosophy of computer science tells all these.
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Keywords: COGNITIVE SCIENCE; EXPERT SYSTEM; KNOWLEDGE; NEUROSCIENCE; PHILOSOPHY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2016

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