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OpenCogBot : Achieving Generally Intelligent Virtual Agent Control and Humanoid Robotics via Cognitive Synergy

@inproceedings{Goertzel2010OpenCogBotA,
  title={OpenCogBot : Achieving Generally Intelligent Virtual Agent Control and Humanoid Robotics via Cognitive Synergy},
  author={Ben Goertzel and Hugo de Garis and Cassio Pennachin and Nil Geisweiller and Samir Araujo and Joel Pitt and Shuo Chen and Ruiting Lian and Min Jiang and Ye Yang and Deheng Huang},
  year={2010}
}
We describe an integrative cognitive architecture for human-like, human-level, embodied general intelligence, founded on integrating the OpenCogPrime framework for cognition, language and high-level learning with a hierarchical temporal memory for lower-level perception and action. The core conceptual principle of the architecture is ”cognitive synergy”, wherein different components are specifically integrated in such a way as to compensate for each others scalability weaknesses. The current… 

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