Machines that Forget: Learning from retrieval failure of mis-indexed explanations


A reasoner may fail at a cognitive task, not because it does not have appropriate knowledge with which to reason, but instead because it does not have the proper index or cue with which to retrieve such knowledge from memory. The reasoner knows this memory item; it simply cannot remember the item. This paper argues that forgetting provides an opportunity… (More)


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