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For artificial intelligence to realize its desire to simulate and even surpass human intelligence, it will undoubtedly have to model the phenomena of the human mind, and indeed, there have been numerous attempts at modeling. However, it is worrisome and thought-provokingthat much of the modeling is based not on the latest results of the philosophy of mind and cognitive science that study the human mind, but on folk psychology. Folk psychology is essentially an erroneous topography, topography, structural theory, and dynamics of mental phenomena, and uncritical use of such resources will lead theoretical constructs and engineering practices of artificial intelligence astray. A fundamental study of philosophy is undoubtedly needed to change the status quo and achieve a breakthrough. To model intentionality, we are required to realize that it is a systemic project. In this respect, the discussion and results of the philosophy of mind on consciousness and intentionality themselves have no direct engineering significance, but since they involve the basic theoretical problems of modeling, they can at least be regarded as a component or necessary condition of this systematic project..