Friday, January 16, 2015

Intelligent systems

In 2000 C. W. de Silva argued that an intelligent system would possess:

sensory perception
pattern recognition
learning and knowledge acquisition
inference from incomplete information
inference from qualitative or approximate information
ability to deal with unfamiliar situations
adaptability to new, yet related situations
inductive reasoning
common sense
display of emotions

and that the then "current generation of intelligent machines do not claim to have all these capabilities." (Intelligent Machines, CRC Press, 2000, pg 5)

I claim that my AI Asa H has now demonstrated all of these capabilities (to varying degrees).

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