Jun 062011

The keyword here, obviously, is learning. The problem with the conventional approach to robotics is that it requires explicit programming for robots to carry out specific tasks, leading to a lack of autonomous, general-purpose artificial intelligence, or AI.

Part of a multitude of new approaches aiming to create General AI, or Strong AI.  Rather than design complex algorithms that inform behavior from the top of a tree of intelligence, why not give machines the ability to learn on their own, and create their own “neural” model based on their…  socialization.


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 June 6, 2011  Posted by at 8:58 AM AI, Artificial Intelligence, Brain, Neurology, Technology