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My sense is that everyone is pretending Intelligence doesn't have a grounded definition, from which all other definitions arise: Intelligence is a measure of utility in an action space μ(υ) It can be a relative measure, in relation to other rational agents, or absolute in relation to solved games (problems). An action space is any context, and formalized ...


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Just a few commonsensical remarks about why this kind of intelligence definition seems unable to capture the logic of life: Optimization only makes sense in a stationary environment. When many agents learn and interact, they are building a constantly changing environment. Survival and reproduction is the only thing that really matters, and it does not ...


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