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How to create an AI to solve a word search?

This at first sounds ridiculous. Of course there is an easy way to write a program to solve a wordsearch. But what I would like to do is write a program that solves a word-search like a human. That ...
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How agent's reasoning skills can improve its reinforcement learning?

Agent can have reasoning skills (prediction, taking calculated guesses, etc.) and those skills can help reinforcement learning of this agent. Of course, reinforcement learning itself can help to ...
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Machine mathematical reasoning by clever substitutions, How to do with AI

I have three equations that relates five variables {a, b, c, r, s} with a sum and two ratios. Eq. 1: a = b + c; Eq. 2: s = b / a; Eq. 3: r = b / c. Given two values for any of the five variables I ...
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How to measure the reasoning capabilities of neural networks

Which possibilities exist to evaluate the visual reasoning capabilities of neural networks in the field of image recognition? Are there methods to measure the ability of machine reasoning? Or ...
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How does the Dempster-Shafer theory of evidence differ from the Bayesian reasoning under uncertainty?

Dempster–Shafer theory (wiki) Bayesian probability (wiki) How do these two methods handle uncertainty in regard to information fusion?
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Is the smartest robot more clever than the stupidest human?

Most humans are not good at chess. They can't write symphonies. They don't read novels. They aren't good athletes. They aren't good at logical reasoning. Most of us just get up. Go to work in a ...
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Measuring Soft Skill

How can we attach numerical value to the measurement of soft skill? Is there any book, site or materials that can teach me how to do this? I want to know if there is any way we can measure soft skill ...
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Training Neural Network with 'fake' data?

I have a neural network with 2 inputs and one output, like so: ...
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Training an AI to play Starcraft 2 with superhuman level of performance?

I'm interested in working on challenging AI problems, and after reading this article (https://deepmind.com/blog/deepmind-and-blizzard-open-starcraft-ii-ai-research-environment/) by DeepMind and ...
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Intelligence over simple data

Let's say we already have an intelligent system (as a computer program). We give it some simple data from outside world, and system tries to predict it. The question would be: what kind of patterns ...
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Reasoning with incomplete information

I was wondering if anyone can suggest a good framework for reasoning with incomplete information. I have found Large Knowledge Collider but it appears dead for some time. Do you possibly have any ...
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Syntax and grammar AI

Does Google, or any other service, have a syntax and grammar api? I am looking for a service which will allow an essay to be checked for correct spelling, gramma and any other relevant features.
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Role of bayesian inference in reasoning systems

I've been struggling with the connection between knowledge based AI systems and Bayesian inference for a while now. While I continue to sweep through the literature, I would be happy if someone can ...
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How to determine the probability of an “existence” question

I am having a go at creating a program that does math like a human. By inventing statements, assigning probabilities to statements (to come back and think more deeply about later). But I'm stuck at ...
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What does the term “closed expression” mean?

In the field of logic systems there is a property for reasoning algorithms called incompleteness or incompletion. In this context the phrase "any closed expression that is not derivable inside the ...
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What are the most pressing fundamental questions and gaps in AI research? [closed]

White House published the information about AI which requests mentions about 'the most important research gaps in AI that must be addressed to advance this field and benefit the public'. What are ...