Re: Minimum complexity of AI?

From: Dani Eder (
Date: Mon Feb 21 2005 - 07:52:35 MST

--- sam kayley <> wrote:

> Another question unlikely to currently be usefully
> answerable .. how large
> do you expect the smallest AGI implementation to be
> (e.g, in lines of
> obfuscated lisp)?

Less than 1 GB code or 30K functions for the reason
that it is sufficient to generate a human intelligence
from DNA base pairs and genes. A running instance
will require a lot more data space, but the code
itself should fit on a CD-R.


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