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A Broader, More Inclusive Definition of AI

Peter Stone. A Broader, More Inclusive Definition of AI. Journal of Artificial General Intelligence, 11(2):63–65, 2020.

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Abstract

Pei Wang's article On Defining Artificial Intelligence (Wang, 2019) is a thoughtful and well-written argument in favor of a particular working definition of AI and an associated research project called NARS, for Non-Axiomatic Reasoning System. It is structured in three parts. First, it argues in favor of the need to define Artificial Intelligence. Second, it argues in favor of Wang's particular definition. Third, it explains how his definition leads to NARS. I focus my comments here on the first and second parts. While there is much to agree with in the article, in the interest of discourse, I further focus my comments on the points with which I disagree. That being said, I fully acknowledge that it is much easier to criticize than it is to write an article with no room for criticism!

BibTeX Entry

@article{JAGI2020,
author = {Peter Stone},
title = {A Broader, More Inclusive Definition of {AI}},
journal = {Journal of Artificial General Intelligence},
editor = {Monett, D. and Lewis, C. W. P. and Th\'{o}risson, K. R.},
volume = {11},
number = {2},
pages = {63--65},
year = {2020},
doi = {10.2478/jagi-2020-0003},
abstract={
    Pei Wang's article \emph{On Defining Artificial Intelligence}
    (Wang, 2019) is a thoughtful and well-written argument in favor of
    a particular working definition of AI and an associated research
    project called NARS, for Non-Axiomatic Reasoning System.  It is
    structured in three parts. First, it argues in favor of the need
    to define Artificial Intelligence.  Second, it argues in favor of
    Wang's particular definition. Third, it explains how his
    definition leads to NARS.  I focus my comments here on the first
    and second parts. While there is much to agree with in the
    article, in the interest of discourse, I further focus my comments
    on the points with which I disagree. That being said, I fully
    acknowledge that it is much easier to criticize than it is to
    write an article with no room for criticism!},
}

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