Human-level artificial intelligence must be a science

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Besold, T. R.;
(2013)

Human-level artificial intelligence (HAI) surely is a special research endeavor in more than one way: The very nature of intelligence is in the first place not entirely clear, there are no criteria commonly agreed upon necessary or sufficient for the ascription of intel... View more
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