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Theoretical Foundations of Artificial General Intelligence

Volume 4 of the series Atlantis Thinking Machines pp 103-121

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The LIDA Model as a Foundational Architecture for AGI

  • Usef FaghihiAffiliated withComputer Science Department and Institute for Intelligent Systems, The University of Memphis Email author 
  • , Stan FranklinAffiliated withComputer Science Department and Institute for Intelligent Systems, The University of Memphis

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Abstract

Artificial intelligence (AI) initially aimed at creating “thinking machines,” that is, computer systems having human level general intelligence. However, AI research has until recently focused on creating intelligent, but highly domain-specific, systems. Currently, researchers are again undertaking the original challenge of creating AI systems (agents) capable of human-level intelligence, or “artificial general intelligence” (AGI).