From: Ben Goertzel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jan 28 2005 - 11:20:19 MST
> I'm curious: what aspects of AIXI do you see as being potentially
> useful for practical AI?
AIXI is an unfettered search through program space (in AIXItl, the search is
restricted only by program size and runtime restrictions)
GP for instance is a similar search, but with a stochastic bias that
decreases resource utilization and also decreases intelligence
The human brain implicitly does searches thru program space, but with VERY
STRONG experience-based biases
A nanotech-supercomputer will be able to search through program space in a
way much less experience-biased than the human brain, much less stupid than
current GP, and yet of course still not as freely wide-ranging as AIXItl ...
The question is, what kinds of new approaches for searching program space
will a nanotech-supercomputer be able to use, which are not accessible to
beings in our intelligence-category.... Maybe there is something else
and AIXItl-style search-everything...
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