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Mini-Nuggets: Knowledge Base Requirements for Human-Like Thought

Scott Fahlman,   June 25, 2008
Categories:  AI, KR Issues    

This is the second mini-nuggets article: a collection of propositions, with some minimal explanation for each, on a given topic. The idea is to sketch out an overall approach or point of view quickly, without getting bogged down in a lot of detail or lengthy justification about each point. I will come back and expand […]

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Human-Like Memory Capabilities

Scott Fahlman,   June 17, 2008
Categories:  AI, KR Issues    

In an earlier article, “AI: What’s Missing“, I listed several capabilities that are missing from current AI systems – capabilities that must somehow be provided before our systems will be able to exhibit anything approaching general, human-like intelligence. Perhaps the most important of these, because it interacts with several others, is “The ability to assimilate […]

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