AAAI Publications, 2017 AAAI Fall Symposium Series

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Toward a General Model of Human-Like General Intelligence
Ben Goertzel, Eddie Monroe

Last modified: 2017-10-09


It is argued that any real-world, limited-resources general intelligence is going to manifest a mixture of general principles such as Solomonoff induction and complex self-organizing adaptation, with specific structures and dynamics that reflect corresponding structures and dynamics in the tasks and environments in whose context it was created. This interplay between the general and the specific will play out differently in each type of intelligent system. A number of ideas drawn from previous publications are reviewed here — e.g. cognitive synergy, PGMC and the Mind-World Correspondence Principle — which formalize aspects of this perspective, and provide guidance on how to use it to analyze and create general intelligences.

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