Evolved Cognition and Artificial Cognition : Some Genetic / Epigenetic Trade-offs for Organisms and Robots


This paper attempts to characterise a variety of attitudes to nature-nurture relationships in natural or artificial intelligence, and defends and elaborates a version presented by McCarthy. Some researchers assume that a machine can acquire human-like intelligence if it initially has (a) a large but empty information store, (b) a very powerful general… (More)


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