Goal-Driven Learning: Fundamental Issues: A Symposium Report

@article{Leake1993GoalDrivenLF,
  title={Goal-Driven Learning: Fundamental Issues: A Symposium Report},
  author={David B. Leake and Ashwin Ram},
  journal={AI Magazine},
  year={1993},
  volume={14},
  pages={67-72}
}
implicit in the user’s choice of training examples); and they address the question of how to learn by applying a single, fixed learning method. Although such systems provide a useful test bed for examining individual learning mechanisms, they are inadequate for use as real-world learners. The problem is that realworld situations offer countless opportunities for learning, and each of these opportunities licenses the learning of infinitely many concepts, few of which are actually useful… CONTINUE READING
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