Daniel Höhle, M.Sc.
Höhle, M.Sc. is Scientific Programmer at Alan Turing Institute
where his responsibilities include developing reasoning agents and he
to soon be designing and creating a
Daniel is particularly interested in intelligent machines (be it human-like, evolutionary, and/or collective intelligence), physics (mainly quantum theory, relativity, and its union M-theory or GUT). In his free time he’s also working on mathematics, since he wants to understand and to continue reasoning about, quantum and M-theory since he’s convinced that there is no future without quantum.
He earned his M.Sc. in Artificial Intelligence at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam in 2010 with the thesis A General Agent Model of Emotion and Trust using the BDI Structure. This thesis showed the importance of human emotions in machine decision making, both for faster decisions and for more human-like appearances. To further prove the implementability of his model, it was implemented first at a conceptual level in LeadsTo, and thereafter in the RoboCup soccer environment. He earned his B.Sc. in Computer Science at Hogeschool van Amsterdam in 2007.
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