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Can Bayesian inference be combined with knowledge-based systems?

Yes, it is possible to combine probabilistic / bayesian reasoning and a traditional "knowledgebase". And some work along those lines has been done. See, for example, ProbLog ("Probabilistic Prolog") ...
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At what text-based tasks are "dumb humans" still better than the best language models?

LLMs seem to be limited at "compositional tasks." Have a look at this paper, in which the authors investigate the limits of these models across three representative compositional tasks—...
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How to create an AI to solve a word search?

This sounds like a problem that might be solvable with a LSTM-DQN approach, as described in Language Understanding for Text-based Games using Deep Reinforcement Learning by Narasimhan et al., 2015, ...
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Is the smartest robot more clever than the stupidest human?

The "baseline humans" you describe have been historically described in the media industry as "the lowest common denominator" (LCD). The LCD is the broadest possible audience for content, ...
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Is the smartest robot more clever than the stupidest human?

Some fields that humans are born with advantages: Fast and precise image processing ability. Even the stupidest human can tell the edge of two different objects precisely, e.g. which part of the ...
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Is the smartest robot more clever than the stupidest human?

First Question To treat this question in a scientific way, because I think it is a reasonable enough question that draws on the realities of postmodern culture in post industrialized societies to be ...
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Is the smartest robot more clever than the stupidest human?

Survival, Imagining, Moral Reasoning The thing that comes to mind is a new-born, when you said "the stupidest human", and it already has some basic “survival instincts”. It will avoid pain, ...
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Training an AI to play Starcraft 2 with superhuman level of performance?

StarCraft II is a real time strategy game that combines fast paced micro actions with the need for high level planning and execution. StarCraft II being a popular game with millions of users it ...
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Reasoning about 2d spatial square configuration

According to the tree: "x TPP c" implies "x IntInt c" and "x BndBnd c" and "x BndInt c" and "not x IntBnd c". "c DC b" implies "not c ...
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Machine mathematical reasoning by clever substitutions, How to do with AI

What you're asking here is actually not reasoning but rather symbolic computation. Sympy is an example of a library which does it. Explaining computer algebra systems could be a series of lectures ...
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How agent's reasoning skills can improve its reinforcement learning?

It sounds like you are describing a synthesis of two competing ways to solve the MDP problem. In reinforcement learning, we solve the MDP problem by having the agent move around its environment, ...
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Machine mathematical reasoning by clever substitutions, How to do with AI

I would turn this problem into graph search in which vertices are "equivalent sets of equations" and edges are "valid operations" such as such as substitution, division and so on, ...
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How to measure the reasoning capabilities of neural networks

What do you mean by "understood the concept of a car" ? A classification algorithm need not know that cars are used to transport humans or anything else it's used for. It only needs to know what ...
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How to determine the probability of an "existence" question

You need some sort of interpretation abstraction before your mathematical reasoning. While the text might read "123", you need to parse this into a literal of type Natural Number or Integer. Similarly,...
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How to determine the probability of an "existence" question

A human has an abstract concept of numbers in mind. So 456 is a unique entity which is by definition unlike any other number because that are other unique entities. If you give ∃x ∈ ℕ: x==123 to your ...
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