Project to Build Programs That Understand

@inproceedings{Baum2008ProjectTB,
  title={Project to Build Programs That Understand},
  author={Eric B. Baum},
  year={2008}
}
This extended abstract outlines a project to build computer programs that understand. Understanding a domain is defined as the ability to rapidly produce computer programs to deal with new problems as they arise. This is achieved by building a CAD tool that collaborates with human designers who guide the system to construct code having certain properties. The code respects Occam's Razor, interacts with a domain simulation, and is informed by a number of mechanisms learned from introspection… CONTINUE READING

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