Not Everything We Know We Learned

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Not Everything We Know We Learned
This is foremost a methodological contribution. It focuses on the foundation of anticipation and the pertinent implications that anticipation has on learning (theory and experiments). By definition, anticipation does not exhaust all the forms through which the future affects human activity. Accordingly, guessing, expectation, prediction, forecast, and planning will be defined in counter-distinction to anticipation. The background against which these distinctions are made is explicit in the operational thesis advanced: Anticipation and reaction can be considered only in their unity. The interrelation of anticipation and reaction corresponds to the integrated nature of the physical and the living. Finally, an agent architecture for a hybrid control mechanism is suggested as a possible implementation. Context and Reference Einstein [1] observed that, “No problem can be solved from the same consciousness that created it. We must learn to see the world anew.” As my own work in anticipat...
Mihai Nadin
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ALS
Authors Mihai Nadin
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