Wednesday, September 21, 2016


We say that we want to build "artificial general intelligences" or "universal artificial intelligences."  But in the modern world humans are specialists.  No one human being could be an expert in all of physics, or all of mathematics, or all of biology. How important is individual "talent?"  Can I just train different copies of Asa H on different sets of knowledge and experiences or must some of the algorithms Asa uses be specialized too?  Do we need to develop one AI or many? (Like Gardner's multiple intelligences?)

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