- SOAR (Newell, 1990).
- Adaptive Character of Thought-Rational (ACT-R (Anderson, 1989).
- Sloman’s Human Cognition and Affect ( H-CogAff ) model (Sloman, 2002 and 2003).
- Rodriguez’s (2010) neuroscience inspired architecture.
- Lin’s (2011) EmoCOG architecture.
- OpenCog – an open source artificial general intelligence (AGI) initiative (Goertzel, 2012).
- The FearNot! Affective Mind Architecture (FAtiMA) and PSI models (Lim, 2012).
- Becker-Asano’s (2014) WASABI model.
- The University of Southern California’s (2015) Virtual Human Toolkit.
- The OpenAI Initiative (2016).
In Chapter 6 we look at some of the cognitive architectures which have been developed and proposed over the years to drive the "brain" of a virtual human or AI. These are the models we look at in the book, and we'll add to the list as we investigate others.