Saturday, January 29, 2011

Artificial Intuition

Artificial general intelligence (AGI) was once thought to be achievable through the construction of a system of rules based on logic. Yet, as with almost every area of research, as you peel back a layer of onion, you not only find more layers, but a multitude of different varieties of onions, each with its own "N" layers of complexity. Monica Anderson, a "computer based cognition" researcher and entrepreneur, provides a very insightful and readable introduction into this fascinating exploration of how we "operate" at the most intimate level, within our own minds:

1 comment:

  1. More about Artificial Intuition and Epistemology based approaches to AI, and Connectome Algorithms is available at . The videos are especially important.