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Why is reinforcement learning not the answer to AGI?

Some AI researchers do think RL is a path to AGI, and your intuition about how an agent would need to be proactive in selecting actions to learn about is exactly the area these researchers are now ...
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How can you simulate level of curiosity for a chatbot?

It's possible to implement a form of curiosity-driven behavior without requiring full 'emotional intelligence'. One elementary strategy would be to define some form of similarity measure on inputs. ...
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Why is reinforcement learning not the answer to AGI?

A relatively recent but interesting paper that discusses this topic in more detail is Reward is enough (Artificial Intelligence, 2021) by David Silver, Satinder Singh, Doina Precup, and Richard S. ...
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Could curiosity improve artificial intelligence?

Does this addition of curosity changes clarifai into a true AI? As per my answer to this question, we don't know what the ingredients for a 'true AI' are. Via the Turing Test and its variants, the ...
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Could curiosity improve artificial intelligence?

when the AI has difficulty in classifying a image or its objects it should ask a human for help just like a curious child It's called active learning, it's already used quite often.
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How can you simulate level of curiosity for a chatbot?

I think "curiosity" in AI would signify a 'desire to search.' It's an interest, that is experienced by some agent, in making something known that was previously unknown. So to define how much ...
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Could curiosity improve artificial intelligence?

It's a well known concept that's already used What we call "curiosity" in humans and animals is in effect the chosen level of the "exploit vs explore" tradeoff for any active system. For example, the ...
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Could AlphaZero be trained to prefer "beautiful" games?

Could a model be trained in the same way as AlphaZero, but with an additional component that measures the beauty/interestingness of its play Yes, as long as I can give you a game and you return me a ...
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Could curiosity improve artificial intelligence?

Curiosity by itself does not improve intelligence. It increases the chances of better understanding a given subject, given that curiosity is coupled with actions in that direction. For example: I am ...
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