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By Ben Goertzel, Cassio Pennachin

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ISBN-13: 9783540237334

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This is often the 1st e-book on present study on man made basic intelligence (AGI), paintings explicitly keen on engineering basic intelligence – independent, self-reflective, self-improving, commonsensical intelligence. each one writer explains a selected element of AGI intimately in each one bankruptcy, whereas additionally investigating the typical subject matters within the paintings of numerous teams, and posing the large, open questions during this very important sector. This ebook will be of curiosity to researchers and scholars who require a coherent remedy of AGI and the relationships among AI and similar fields similar to physics, philosophy, neuroscience, linguistics, psychology, biology, sociology, anthropology and engineering.

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And the existence of equivalence classes (the property that the same final result can be obtained by different reaction chains). Fontana’s artificial chemistry uses lambda calculus as a minimal system presenting those key features. From this chemistry, Fontana develops his theory of biological organization, which is a theory of self-maintaining systems. His computer simulations have shown that networks of interacting lambda-expressions arise which are self-maintaining and robust, being able to repair themselves when components are removed.

Steve Grand’s Creatures [24] are social agents, but they have an elaborate internal architecture, based on a complex neural network which is divided into several lobes. The original design by Grand had explicit AGI goals, with Contemporary Approaches to Artificial General Intelligence 19 attention paid to allow for symbol grounding, generalization, and limited language processing. Grand’s creatures had specialized lobes to handle verbal input, and to manage the creature’s internal state (which was implemented as a simplified biochemistry, and kept track of feelings such as pain, hunger and others).

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