This program starts by recognizing a distinction between mind and cognition, and by positing that cognition is an aspect of mind and propose this as a working hypothesis a Separability Hypothesis which posits that can factor off architecture for cognition from a more general architecture for mind, thus avoiding a number of philosophical objections that have been raised about the “Strong AI” hypothesis. Thus the search for an architectural level which will explain all the interesting phenomena of cognition is likely to be futile. Computer-aided engineering has been applied to heavy current electrical engineering, embracing mainly the areas of electric power systems and electrical machines and drives, is used to demonstrate the potential for the application of artificial intelligence in these areas. There are a number of levels which interact, unlike in the computer model, and this interaction makes explanation of even relatively simple cognitive phenomena in terms of one level quite incomplete. Due to artificial intelligence techniques are permanent and consistent and the ability of ease documentation and reproduction this features can impart in development of new technologies in high tension power supplies and in other fields of electrical engineering
Dr. D.M. Vinod Kumar
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
National Institute of Technology, Warangal – 506004, Telangana, INDIA