Dimiter Dobrev

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In this paper we offer a formal definition of Artificial Intelligence and this directly gives us an algorithm for construction of this object. Really, this algorithm is useless due to the combinatory explosion. The main innovation in our definition is that it does not include the knowledge as a part of the intelligence. So according to our definition a(More)
A definition of Artificial Intelligence was proposed in [1] but this definition was not absolutely formal at least because the word "Human" was used. In this paper we will formalize the definition from [1]. The biggest problem in this definition was that the level of intelligence of AI is compared to the intelligence of a human being. In order to change(More)
Two different definitions of the Artificial Intelligence concept have been proposed in papers [1] and [2]. The first definition is informal. It says that any program that is cleverer than a human being, is acknowledged as Artificial Intelligence. The second definition is formal because it avoids reference to the concept of ‘human being’. The readers of(More)
quently became established in Bulgarian practice and was officialized by a series of governmental regulations and legislation. That evolution in the Bulgarian transliteration practice necessitated the development of a new state standard to replace the now-obsolete existing standard BDS 1596:1973. Writing Bulgarian in the Roman alphabet has a long history(More)
In order to build AI we have to create a program which copes well in an arbitrary world. In this paper we will restrict our attention on one concrete world, which represents the game Tick-Tack-Toe. This world is a very simple one but it is sufficiently complicated for our task because most people cannot manage with it. The main difficulty in this world is(More)
The questions which we will consider here are ‘What is AI?’ and ‘How can we make AI?’. Here we will present the definition of AI in terms of multi-agent systems. This means that here you will not find a new answer to the question ‘What is AI?’, but an old answer in a new form. This new form of the definition of AI is of interest for the theory of(More)
A definition of Artificial Intelligence (AI) was proposed in [1] but this definition was not absolutely formal at least because the word "Human" was used. In this paper we will formalize the definition from [1]. The biggest problem in this definition was that the level of intelligence of AI is compared to the intelligence of a human being. In order to(More)
This article tackles a number of technical issues related to the AI definition. These include the format of the data, the Undef and Nothing symbols, different ways of defining the meaning of life, as well as the introduction of the concept of ‘incorrect move’. These are issues of no material importance, if we are interested in the AI definition from a(More)
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