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Artificial General Intelligence , Machine Learning and Language

@inproceedings{Redman2019ArtificialGI,
  title={Artificial General Intelligence , Machine Learning and Language},
  author={Eric Redman and Junmin Luo},
  year={2019}
}
Introduction: Since the very first programmable computers, the idea of making electronic brains computer intelligences has inspired countless computer scientist to work towards the goal true computer intelligence. With this goal came the field of Artificial Intelligence and in 1956 the first workshop in the field took place and those that attended thought they’d would solve the problem within their generation. What they would soon realize was just how monumental a task AI would be. To this day… Expand

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