Why Artificial Intelligence Needs a Task Theory --- And What It Might Look Like

15 Apr 2016Kristinn R. ThórissonJordi BiegerThröstur ThorarensenJóna S. SigurðardóttirBas R. Steunebrink

The concept of "task" is at the core of artificial intelligence (AI): Tasks are used for training and evaluating AI systems, which are built in order to perform and automatize tasks we deem useful. In other fields of engineering theoretical foundations allow thorough evaluation of designs by methodical manipulation of well understood parameters with a known role and importance; this allows an aeronautics engineer, for instance, to systematically assess the effects of wind speed on an airplane's performance and stability... (read more)

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