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Toward a Model of Mind as a Laissez-Faire Economy of Idiots

@inproceedings{Baum1996TowardAM,
  title={Toward a Model of Mind as a Laissez-Faire Economy of Idiots},
  author={E. Baum},
  booktitle={ICML},
  year={1996}
}
  • E. Baum
  • Published in ICML 1996
  • Computer Science
A learning machine called \The Hayek Machine" is proposed and tested on a simulated Blocks World planning problem. [...] Key Method First, the market price learns to estimate Hayek's future reward from using a given agent. Second, the market automatically selects the agent with highest estimate to act next. Third, new agents can enter the market if and only if they have greater expected utility than direct competitors. Hayek learns by gradual accretion of useful agents and elimination of poor ones,and by…Expand
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