Sam Adams of IBM on "Two Essentials for Artificial General Intelligence"


Sam Adams is an IBM Distinguished Engineer within IBM’s Research Division. He argued in his 2007 Singularity Summit presentation that if we are ever to achieve computer systems that construct and maintain their own sense of meaning about the world, we must discover a way to imbue computing systems with real understanding, human-style semantics, and the commonsense reasoning of the human child at the very least. His talk presents evidence for its attainment in Artificial General Intelligence, as well as discussing its implications.

Singularity Summit 2007 in San Francisco

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