Engineering General Intelligence, Part 1: A Path to Advanced AGI via Embodied Learning and Cognitive Synergy
The work outlines a novel conceptual and theoretical framework for understanding Artificial General Intelligence and based on this framework outlines a practical roadmap for the development of AGI with capability at the human level and ultimately beyond.
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2 A Brief Overview of CogPrime
A CogPrime Thought Experiment
Part IIArtificial and Natural General Intelligence
4 What is HumanLike General Intelligence?
5 A Patternist Philosophy of Mind
6 Brief Survey of Cognitive Architectures
Part IVCognitive and Ethical Development
12 Stages of Cognitive Development
13 The Engineering and Development of Ethics
Part VNetworks for Explicit and Implicit Knowledge Representation
14 Local Global and Glocal Knowledge Representation
15 Representing Implicit Knowledge via Hypergraphs
16 Emergent Networks of Intelligence
Part VIA Path to HumanLevel AGI
7 A Generic Architecture of HumanLike Cognition
Part IIIToward a General Theory of General Intelligence
8 A Formal Model of Intelligent Agents
9 Cognitive Synergy
10 General Intelligence in the Everyday Human World
11 A MindWorld Correspondence Principle
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Engineering General Intelligence, Part 1: A Path to Advanced AGI via ...
Ben Goertzel,Cassio Pennachin,Nil Geisweiller
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abstract achieve ACT-R action action selection activity advanced AGI agent AGI design AGI ethics AGI systems algorithms approach aspects Atoms Atomspace attractor behavior Ben Goertzel blocks brain building capability Chap chapter cognitive architecture cognitive processes cognitive synergy CogPrime CogPrime design CogPrime’s complex components computational concept ConceptNode conceptual blending context corresponding create dynamics embodied environment episodic episodic knowledge episodic memory Example task explicit explicitly formal global Global Brain glocal goals Goertzel Hebbian learning heterarchical hierarchy Hopfield human human-like hypergraph ideas inference control integrative diagram intelligent system interaction internal involved knowledge representation language LIDA logical mind MindAgents MOSES multiple neural neurons nodes one’s OpenCog patternist patterns perception preschool probabilistic Probabilistic Logic procedural knowledge real-world reasoning robot schema self-modification semantic simulation SMEPH sort specific stage structures supercompilation symbolic theory Thinking Machines truth value types various virtual world workspace