The SP Theory of Intelligence as a Foundation for the Development of a General, Human-Level Thinking Machine

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Wolff, J Gerard;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Artificial Intelligence

This paper summarises how the "SP theory of intelligence" and its realisation in the "SP computer model" simplifies and integrates concepts across artificial intelligence and related areas, and thus provides a promising foundation for the development of a general, human... View more
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