Rationality and Intelligence: A Brief Update

@inproceedings{Russell2013RationalityAI,
  title={Rationality and Intelligence: A Brief Update},
  author={Stuart J. Russell},
  booktitle={PT-AI},
  year={2013}
}
The long-term goal of AI is the creation and understanding of intelligence. This requires a notion of intelligence that is precise enough to allow the cumulative development of robust systems and general results. The concept of rational agency has long been considered a leading candidate to fulfill this role. This paper, which updates a much earlier version (Russell, Artif Intell 94:57–77, 1997), reviews the sequence of conceptual shifts leading to a different candidate, bounded optimality… CONTINUE READING

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