OTHER WORDS FROM metacognitionmet·a·cog·ni·tive [met-uh-kog-ni-tiv], /ˌmɛt əˈkɒg nɪ tɪv/, adjective
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On the basis of those observations, he believes the phenomenon is tied to increased activation of the frontopolar cortex, which plays a role in metacognition—awareness of one’s own thought processes.
My colleagues and I are trying to implement metacognition in neural networks so that they can communicate their internal states.
For instance, a basic form of metacognition, confidence, scales with the clarity of conscious experience.
We can endow them with metacognition—an introspective ability to report their internal mental states.
Some philosophers and neuroscientists have sought to develop the idea that metacognition is the essence of consciousness.