When Will Machines Learn?
Why don’t our learning programs just keep on going and become generally intelligent? The source of the problem is that most of our learning occurs at the fringe of what we already know. The more you know, the more (and faster) you can learn.
KeywordsHorn Clause Consensus Reality Knowledge Enterer Clause Rule Real Culprit
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