OCG Horizonte Dezember 2012

Datum: 
Mittwoch, 05.12.2012, 18:00
Vortragende/r: 

o. Univ. Prof. Dr. DI Dietmar Dietrich, TU Wien
Univ. Ass. Dr. Dietmar Bruckner, TU Wien

Thema: 
Psychoanalyse, Simulation und Roboter

Abstract

Kann die Psyche modelliert werden? Kann man das psychoanalytische Modell für eine Implementation in einen Roboter wie Romeo verwenden? Bei der ersten Vorstellung unseres psychoanalytischen ARS-Modells (Artificial Recognition System) ernteten wir große Skepsis. Die unterschiedlichsten Fragen wurden gestellt, wie auch: Ist das Freudsche Konzept überhaupt noch aktuell? Muss da nicht die Ethik auf der Strecke bleiben?
Der Mensch ist aus der Sicht der Naturwissenschaft als ein Prozess zu verstehen, der über eine informationsverarbeitende Einheit (das Organ Nervensystem) gesteuert wird. Die theoretischen Vorstellungen der Psychoanalyse (nicht die klinischen Methoden) können demgemäß in Spezifikationen und Modelle der Computertechnik umgesetzt werden. Sie können aber auch zum besseren Verständnis der Theorie der Psychoanalyse beitragen und Psychoanalytikern anbieten, die naturwissenschaftlich formulierten Modelle zur Prüfung ihrer Modellvorstellungen heranzuziehen.
Das gewonnene Produkt ist ein Funktionsmodell, das ständig weiter entwickelt wird, wie man es in der Psychoanalyse kennt. Basis ist die Freudsche Theorie, um das Subjekt zu "erschaffen". Weitere Themen sind: Objektbeziehung, Lernen,  (Geschlechts-) Identität, verbale und nonverbale Kommunikation, Übertragung usw. Im Modell können all diese psychoanalytischen Theorien berücksichtigt werden. Unsere Erfahrung zeigt, dass sich diese Theorien auf naturwissenschaftliche Basis stellen lassen.
Dietmar Dietrich und Dietmar Bruckner werden in die notwendige Theorie einführen, die zugrunde liegenden Paradigmen und Rahmenbedingungen herausarbeiten sowie das prinzipielle, funktionale Modell des Gehirns vorstellen, vor allem aber die Funktionen des psychischen Apparates erläutern und auch das Simulationsmodell selbst vorstellen. Letztendlich soll aufgezeigt werden, welche enormen Hürden, sowohl technische als auch sozialbedingte, vor allem aber welche Ängste noch zu überwinden sind, um es 2014 in Aldebarans Romeo, die neueste Roboterentwicklung, implementieren zu können.

Über Dietmar Dietrich

Dietmar Dietrich is professor at the Institute of Computer Technology at the Vienna University of Technology. He was Head of the Institute (about 80 employees)Dietmar Dietrich until 2008 since January 1999. He became full professor of Computer Technology in 1992. He has been a member of various national and international organizations (vice president, board of management, advisory body, ..) like OVE, OGMA, LNO, etc. and a delegate / convenor of the TC65CX of CENELEC, TC247, TC247WG4 of CEN, etc. Furthermore he has been a member of the advisory board of ASA (Austria Smart Card Association), member of IEEE, GI, OCG and other similar organizations.
He is Senior Member in IEEE, Associated Editor for Transactions on Industrial Informatics (TII) and Initiator and TC Co-Chair von BACM (Building Automation, Control and Management Systems) in IES as well. Further more he is Associate Editor for EURASIP, co-organizer of various tracks and conferences of IEEE (last time for INDIN 2007 in Vienna). He is chair of Section Austria (R8) as well.
In 1994 he founded the first center of excellence for fieldbus systems in Austria, which is networked with other science centers in Europe (Germany, Poland, Switzerland, ..), and has the first certified PNO-center in Europe. He is the initiator of various European and other international projects.
Dietmar Dietrich has focused his research and education on communication systems (especially fieldbus systems) and ASIC design, this also included built-in test system, boundary scan, smart card technology, architecture of process control and control units for communication systems.
In association with a colleague, he founded the CAE Institute (Computer Aided Engineering) in Beckum (Germany) in 1990. It focused on the area of networks, electronic designs and mechanic systems and was designed to support companies in development and research topics.
In 1986 he was appointed as a professor of Computer Technology in Bielefeld (Germany). Prior to this he worked in the air- and space industry (computer architecture and bus systems), and later in the communication industry, mainly in ISDN development.
He studied Electrical Engineering in Karlsruhe and did his Ph.D. in Berlin in the field of control systems.

Über Dietmar BrucknerDietmar Bruckner

Dietmar Bruckner works since 2004, first as research assistant, then as a University Assistant and project manager at the Institute of Computer Technology of the Vienna University of Technology. His main research areas are cognitive automation, artificial general intelligence, building automation and smart homes, new bionic concepts for automation systems and intelligent and assistive environments for future living.
He started the study of Electrical Engineering in fall 1999, where he obtained an MSc in January 2004 and a PhD in January 2007. He finished his master study one semester earlier than minimum duration and passed both degrees with distinction. During study he received four merit awards from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology and one from the state Lower Austria.
Bruckner is also active in supervising und supporting students with their bachelor’s, master’s and dissertation theses and teaching undergraduate and master students in several courses. He was involved in or responsible for many proposals for funding and patents on national, European, and international level.
He is a Senior Member of IEEE, and an IES TC BACM Chair and Section Austria Chapter Coordinator. He published 60+ reviewed scientific publications. He is actively involved in organizing international conferences in various positions and editing high ranked international journals.