This summer school focuses on issues related to the original goal of artificial general intelligence, namely that of building machines capable of operating in a range of different environments and domains, and doing a range of unrelated tasks in a coordinated manner, with a special focus on methodology, integration, and architecture.
More information follows in this post.
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On Thursday, August 4, IIIM organized a workshop on self-programming in AGI systems at the Fourth Conference on Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) in Google’s headquarters, Mountain View, CA. The workshop featured presentations by seven authors on the subject of self-programming systems and a panel discussion among the participants.
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Time & Location
Date: Monday, August 29, 2011
Time: 16:00 – 17:00
Location: Reykjavik University, Room V1.08 (Map)
The Center for Analysis & Design of Intelligent Agents at Reykjavik University and the Icelandic Institute for Intelligent Machines offer a lecture by Pei Wang (Temple University) Continue reading Pei Wang – Lecture – Cognitive Logic vs. Mathematical Logic and the Way to Artificial General Intelligence
Introducing a call for papers for the proposed workshop on Self-Programming in AGI Systems. The workshop will be part of the next conference on Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), hosted by Google, Inc. August 3-6th, at its headquarter facilities in Mountain view, California, USA.
A compact description of areas of interest is included in this post, and full descriptions, questions of interest, information and submission guidelines can be found on our dedicated workshop page.
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