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Cognitive synergy: A universal principle for feasible general intelligence

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Cognitive synergy: A universal principle for feasible general intelligence
Do there exist general principles, which any system must obey in order to achieve advanced general intelligence using feasible computational resources? Here we propose one candidate: "cognitive synergy," a principle which suggests that general intelligences must contain different knowledge creation mechanisms corresponding to different sorts of memory (declarative, procedural, sensory/episodic, attentional, intentional); and that these different mechanisms must be interconnected in such a way as to aid each other in overcoming memory-type-specific combinatorial explosions.
Ben Goertzel
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Type Journal
Year 2009
Where IEEEICCI
Authors Ben Goertzel
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