Maintaining prediction quality under the condition of a growing knowledge space

3 Aug 2015Christoph Jahnz

Intelligence can be understood as an agent's ability to predict its environment's dynamic by a level of precision which allows it to effectively foresee opportunities and threats. Under the assumption that such intelligence relies on a knowledge space any effective reasoning would benefit from a maximum portion of useful and a minimum portion of misleading knowledge fragments... (read more)

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