Space-Time Embedded Intelligence (Orrseau and Ring)

Added by Deon Garrett about 5 years ago

This paper presents the first formal measure of intelligence for agents fully embedded within their environment. Whereas previous measures such as Legg’s universal intelligence measure and Russell’s bounded optimality provide theoretical insights into agents that interact with an external world, ours describes an intelligence that is computed by, can be modifi ed by, and is subject to the time and space constraints of the environment with which it interacts. Our measure merges and goes beyond Legg’s and Russell’s, leading to a new, more realistic de finition of arti ficial intelligence that we call Space-Time Embedded Intelligence.

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