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For questions about Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), a hypothetical machine characteristic permitting it to learn any arbitrary intellectual ability up to the limits of the available computing resources.

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How can a specific connectivity pattern be stored in an optimally compact representation?

I am interested in optimizing the memory capacity of an AGI. Given a specific complex input an AI can create a simplified model. This is a problem that can be solved using sparse coding [1]. However, ...
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How is it possible for an AI to interact with someone without a computer screen?

As you can see, there is no computer screen for the computer, thus the AI cannot display an image of itself. How is it possible for it to see and talk to someone?
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Which topics about/in OpenCog could be researched in a Ph.D. thesis

In this interview with Lex Fridman and Ben Goertzel, at 2:23:48, Lex asks about possibilities for young people in the domain of AGI research. Ben Goertzel then answers that there are various ...
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If it evolves to perform many missions, won't it become a universal intelligence? [closed]

The more problems an agent can solve, the higher the probability of natural selection. Isn't this the process by which humans have become general-purpose intelligence by solving many problems in ...
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How differentiable programming and programming language supporting it will potentially help the development towards AGI?

After the state of the art Deep Learning techniques/algorithms being implemented in low-level languages like Objective-C, C++, etc to high-level languages like Python, JS, etc. and with the help of ...
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What does a self-improving artificial general intelligence with finite resources and infinite time do?

What would happen when an artificial general intelligence can improve itself over a long time, with limited resources? The assumption is that it has a large but finite amount of computing power, and ...
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Must strong AI be only neural network based, or its possible with common programm?

Basickly, NN is approximator of any statistical relation, but we operate the common sence where entities may be rather strickt known, so maybe its possible to construct AI, representing it as a chain ...
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Wouldn't an AI that specializes in making other AI be an AGI if they can cooperate?

If said AI can assess scenarios and decide what AI is best suited and construct new AI for new tasks. In sufficient time would the AI not have developed a suite of AIs powerful/specialized for their ...
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Is there any specific SW framework, libraries or algorithms (supported by any theory) designed for implementing a practical AGI system? [closed]

Any (AGI)-KERAS like libraries? Any deep-learning framework to develop AGI applications? Existing frameworks/algorithms used in NN, NLP, ML, etc are not enough in my opinion. In my opinion any ...
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Will AI always depend on models and thus approximations?

In section 3 of the paper The Limits of Correctness (1985) Brian Cantwell Smith writes When you design and build a computer system, you first formulate a model of the problem you want it to solve, ...
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Is Really "AI" Light Years Away from achieving Cognitive Ability of Human?

Oxford philosopher and leading AI thinker Nick Bostrom defines SuperIntelligence as "An intellect that is much smarter than the best human brains in practically every field, including scientific ...
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The only convergent instrumental goal for self modifying AI

Conjecture: regardless of the initial reward function, one of the winning strategies would be to self-modify to change the reward function to a simpler one (e.g. "do nothing") thus getting ...
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Are there other mathematical frameworks of artificial general intelligence apart from AIXI?

AIXI is a mathematical framework for artificial general intelligence developed by Marcus Hutter since the year 2000. It's based on many concepts, such as reinforcement learning, Bayesian statistics, ...
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Does this prove AI Safety is undecidable?

Does this prove AI Safety is undecidable? Proof: Output meaning output to computer program. [A1] Assume we have a program that decides which outputs are “safe”. [A2] Assume we have an example of ...
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Do algorithms like OpenAI's "think up strategies"?

I was discussing with a friend whether current AI does anything remotely similar to 'thinking' and he argued that AIs that play games must think up strategies. While thinking may not be precisely ...
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Will/can AI be the worst enemy to humanity?

This is the question which always is being discussed. Will artificial intelligence be the undefeatable enemy for human beings? Like the Slaughter Bots (Killer Microdrones technology) can kill a ...
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Can brain simulation be done using Tensor Processing Units?

A potential way to solving AI is via whole brain simulation. Currently we have the algorithm to model a human brain (albeit far from perfectly): https://thenextweb.com/news/theres-an-algorithm-to-...
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(Deep) feature engineering for lambda terms (mathematical expressions, higher order logic formulas) - is such thing?

Automated theorem proving with (deep) reinforcement learning (DRL) approach is hot topic in current AI research when domains of games are becoming saturated and completed research topics. For example, ...
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Why the collection of background/negative image dataset is not taught in object detection tutorials and books?

While I was doing an object detection project, I have encountered the problem of getting FALSE POSITIVES and FALSE NEGATIVES. After days of research on StackOverflow, I figured out that I need to ...
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Reference for Yoshua Bengio quote

I believe that Bengio is on record as describing Deep Learning as "A collection of methods for delivering intelligence" (or something very similar). Does anyone have an actual reference for ...
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Is there a theory of "meta-layer thinking"?

Some years ago, I came across a notion that states something like: "a machine cannot leave its current level of thinking, move one level up and think about the level below", meaning that a machine ...
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Couldn't an AI cheat when trying to follow its goal?

Hello, I was reflecting about what implications might building a strong AI have and I came across some ideas which I find disturbing, I'd love to have some external thought on that : 1) If we ever ...
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Is there a proof that states that an AI can become smarter than its creator?

Is there a proof that states the possibility or impossibility of an AI system to acquire more sophisticated capabilities (in terms of generic cleverness) than its own creator?
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How about creating artificial intelligence in this way?

DeepMind-generally-capable-agents-emerge-from-open-ended-play Deepmind is saying "We then use population based training (PBT) to adjust the parameters of the dynamic task generation based on a ...

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