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Measuring Agent Intelligence via Hierarchies of Environments

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Measuring Agent Intelligence via Hierarchies of Environments
Under Legg’s and Hutter’s formal measure [1], performance in easy environments counts more toward an agent’s intelligence than does performance in difficult environments. An alternate measure of intelligence is proposed based on a hierarchy of sets of increasingly difficult environments, in a reinforcement learning framework. An agent’s intelligence is measured as the ordinal of the most difficult set of environments it can pass. This measure is defined in both Turing machine and finite state machine models of computing. In the finite model the measure includes the number of time steps required to pass the test.
Bill Hibbard
Added 24 Aug 2011
Updated 24 Aug 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where AGI
Authors Bill Hibbard
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