In my blog post, I provide the blueprint for "Artificial Conceptual Intelligence" (ACI), a type of robot that can:
- Perceive objects in the environment
- Manipulate the environment to obtain new perceptions
- Classify such objects into OOP classes
For instance, given a glass of water, an ice cube and a glass of alcohol, the robot:
- Perceives the three objects as separate from each other
- Manipulates them with experiments (such as to change their temperature)
- Writes OOP classes such that two of the objects belong to the OOP class Water, while the other belongs to the OOP class Alcohol.
Can this type of robot be considered an Artificial General Intelligence?
Note: I am using the definition of AGI used by this website, which states that it is: "a hypothetical machine characteristic permitting it to learn any arbitrary intellectual ability up to the limits of the available computing resources."