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In this context, we argued that any variation in the individual's IUP used as an authentication suite would pose a challenge to authentication. Yet IUPs related to misconceptions and evocation of related pattern recognition processes may change as an individual experiences more and learns more about their own knowledge deficiencies. A second dimension along which IUPs could disaggregate is the extent to which the IUP becomes part of conscious processing. For IUPs used as part of an authentication suite, becoming part of conscious processing is likely to weaken the integrity of the IUP as a unique identifier because use might be revealed to others who then mimic that imprint.
In contrast, part of professional development in any field is ongoing attention to and remediation of possible misconception development. A third disaggregating dimension could be the relative motivation to change behaviours that were linked to IUPs. In the case of authentication, there may be little motivation to change IUPs used for authentication unless authentication has been compromised or if such IUPs were associated with mal-adaptive behaviours that the individual wanted to change.
IUPs associated with misconceptions might not be a priority target for change if the behaviours associated with such IUPs were relatively benign. However, there would be increasing motivation to change as the relative negative consequences of an IUP increased, for example, mistakes in clinical judgment driven by unconscious evocation of a particular type of flawed pattern recognition during clinical care that resulted in an adverse medical event.
We then explored a three-dimensional space for these dimensions, which we called: 1 Stability, 2 Unconscious-Conscious Interaction, and 3 Motivation to Change. In Figure 1 A and B, we show simple diagrammatic representations of our taxonomy. In this figure, the dimensions are treated as orthogonal. We are still in the speculative stages of developing and testing the taxonomy and recognize the dimensions may not hold up to rigorous experimentation and even if they did represent a meaningful disaggregation framework the dimensions might not be orthogonal. However, as a starting point, Figures 1 A and B provided a point of departure for our ongoing work on unconscious processing, the unconscious-conscious interface, the possibility that IUPs exist and are measurable, and the possibilities for using IUPs in meaningful ways.
With low stability, and even with little Unconscious-Conscious Interactions, such an IUP may be easily permutable and so not very satisfactory as part of an authentication suite. In the context of misconceptions, Cell A may be IUPs that represent incompletely formed and labile pattern recognition processing that is not much engaged during Unconscious-Conscious Interactions.
The cell in Figure 1 labeled B represents a type of IUP that could serve as part of authentication suite, with high Stability and low Unconscious-Conscious Interactions, so not as likely to become accessible to conscious processing and possibly revealed to someone who can mimic it. Cell B IUPs may be stable unconscious portions of a pattern recognition, but again pattern recognition processing that is not much engaged during Unconscious-Conscious Interactions.
IUPs of this type could be used in authentication if the authentication system had recalibration capacities, but increasing Unconscious-Conscious Interactions may increase risk of revealing the authentication suite. In the context of misconception development, IUPs typical of Cell C may represent unconscious components of pattern recognition processes that are being shaped by learning or other situated life experiences. The high Stability favors use for authentication, but the high Unconscious-Conscious Interactions raises risk for authentication.
In relation to misconception development, IUPs in Cell D could be stable pattern recognition elements that are unconscious but may be evoked during high levels of Unconscious-Conscious Interactions, such as might happen during clinical practice in which a clinician is frequently working with particular types of patients. The pattern recognition may become more consciously applied through time, and may be an accurate pattern response based on the individual's knowledge.
Such a response may be based on sound knowledge or on knowledge flawed by misconceptions. Figure 1A.
This approach effectively adds Motivation to Change to the cells in Figure 1A. IUPs associated with misconceptions may be scattered throughout the three-dimensional space defined by Stability, Unconscious-Conscious Interactions, and Motivation to Change. Importantly, the taxonomy we propose provides a framework that we can use to study development of misconceptions and then to remediate misconceptions. Into these research environments, we are now adding engines that can accommodate confounding of variables that could be used to study the 10 gaps.
However, we also are adding engines that look for IUPs and map these IUPs to unconscious and conscious cognitive processes. Such mapping is then analyzed in the context of learning outcomes as conceptual competencies and intentions to emit behaviour as performance competencies related to demonstrated conceptual competencies. In brief, we continue to push our studies in the direction of a more unified theoretical framework for what is happening at the unconscious-conscious interface during learning and expression of learning as behaviour.
Figure 1B. Source: Authors' own work. The Turing game 23 was perhaps the trigger point that led some modern computer scientists to anthropomorphize artificial intelligence AI , even though imitating the human mind as an ultimate goal has been criticized as being the result of a collective misinterpretation of the Turing game Notwithstanding the challenges, and inspired by the fascination of the human mind, over the years the scientific community has generated a plethora of approaches and proposals for artificial consciousness models and embodied intelligence within the context of AI In biometrics, liveness detection is utilized to assert that the biometric sample comes from a living individual and not a reproduction of their iris, fingerprint or any other physiological biometric.
The emphasis within cognitive science is on understanding the conscious mind. In contrast, our interest has been more focused on understanding the unconscious mind. We believe that measuring what we refer to as an Imprint of Unconscious Processing IUP opens interesting possibilities for studying a range of problems. Herein, we have focused on use of IUPs as a viable option for authenticating the individual for computer security purposes, but also have tried to generalize the framework of IUPs by proposing a taxonomy that allows new models of study for other problems such as misconception development.
Our initial work rests on finding: a workable definition of the unconscious mind, and b ways to capture arrays of an individual's IUPS. Following conclusions drawn from literature in social psychology, we defined the IUP in terms of unintended cognitive processes that guide behaviour without the person being conscious of what is influencing their behaviour.
Working out what we mean by an IUP turned out to be the easy part of our work. A much harder problem to deal with is the potential temporal fluctuation in IUP due to learning or various situated experiences. Lack of stability in an IUP over time means that any development of authentication pattern recognition algorithms needs to include capacities for recalibration. And, any methodologies for study of misconception development need to have capacities for following choices made by a learner with concomitant mapping of these choices to conscious and unconscious processes, as well a association of these processes with learning and behaviour outcomes.
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Certainly, and consistent with the taxonomy we have proposed, a promising area of study is the conditions under which there is a considerable temporal variation of measurable IUPs and the relationships between temporal heterogeneity and an individual's situated experience. The literature describes a plethora of technical approaches and proposals for artificial consciousness.
Conversely, they describe phenomenal consciousness as the subjective experience of qualia, i. Under this distinction, it is suggested that extant efforts to gift robots with consciousness including those found in Brunette et al.