Artificial intelligence. Autonomous mental development by robots and animals.

@article{Weng2001ArtificialIA,
  title={Artificial intelligence. Autonomous mental development by robots and animals.},
  author={Juyang Weng and Jay L McClelland and Alex Pentland and Olaf Sporns and Ida Stockman and Mriganka Sur and Esther Thelen},
  journal={Science},
  year={2001},
  volume={291 5504},
  pages={599-600}
}
How does one create an intelligent machine? This problem has proven difficult. Over the past several decades, scientists have taken one of three approaches: In the first, which is knowledge-based, an intelligent machine in a laboratory is directly programmed to perform a given task. In a second, learning-based approach, a computer is "spoon-fed" human-edited sensory data while the machine is controlled by a task-specific learning program. Finally, by a "genetic search," robots have evolved… CONTINUE READING
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