Intelligent Systems And Their Societies Walter Fritz

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A
A.I. Programs, that are complete intelligent systems
About The Author
Act, Observe Results and Store Experiences
Acting and Reinforcement
Select best Action or Plan
Selecting the Action
Actions
Air Cylinder Control
Ancient Philosophy
Artificial Intelligent Systems
Use of Artificial Intelligent Systems for Thinking
ATTILA
Astounding Science Fiction Magazine
The full text of the letter to the editor of Astounding Science Fiction
Author
Autonomous Humanoid Robots
The Autonomous Intelligent System
Why Build Complete, Autonomous Intelligent Systems?
Location of Axes

B
Basic principles
Books and articles
Fundamental Mechanisms of the Brain
British Empire

C
Calf Cylinder
Changes in the Human Society
CHILDLIKE
Communicating vessels
General Learner - Comparison With Previous Programs
Details of a Concept
Growth of a Concept
Concept of a Society
Concepts
Concepts in the General Learner
Misuse of Concepts
Consequences of Artificial Intelligent Systems for the Human Society
Correlations, cause and effect
Create a Scientific Ethics

D
Dedicated
Definition of the intelligent system
Definition of Words
Definition of: "system"
Details of a Concept
Some Technical Details
Details of the Intelligent System
Determinism and Free Will
Discussion Groups
Do we think with words?
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E
Economic Effects
Economics
Elementary Thinking
Emotions & Energy
Empiricism
Frontier and Environment
Ethics as a Science
Ethics for all Intelligent Systems
Ethics of the Artificial Intelligent System
Ethics of human beings
Act, Observe Results and Store Experiences
Experimental Ethics
Experimental Sociology
Results And Experiments
Neural Fields and Expert Systems
Extensive Summary

F
Forces
Foreword
Memory and Forgetting
Storing and Generalizing and Forgetting
Determinism and Free Will
Frontier and Environment
What is a Function?
Fundamental Mechanisms of the Brain

G
The General Learner
General Learner - Comparison With Previous Programs
Concepts in the General Learner
Limitations Of The General Learner System
Overview of the General Learner
Summary of Processes within the General Learner
Generality of Intelligence?
Storing and Generalizing and Forgetting
Geometry and Society
Get into the Habit of Thinking
Golden rules for good teamwork
Proposal for Improving Government and Society
Higher levels of Government
Growth of a Concept

H
Mental Methods and Chains of Response Rules: Habits
Hand Detail
Happiness
Have an Objective
Higher levels of Government
How to get him to do something
How to increase our Intelligence
Human Societies

I
ICARUS
Idealism
The Importance of Societies
Obtain Information
Generality of Intelligence?
How to increase our Intelligence
What is intelligence?
The Intelligent System
Details of the Intelligent System
Intelligent Systems
Intelligent Systems and their Societies
Interaction between Intelligent Systems
Definition of the intelligent system
Overview of the Intelligent system
Persons as Intelligent Systems
Preliminary remarks on the Theory of Intelligent Systems
Interface
A Picture of the interface

L
Latest Picture of Robby
Learned Mental Activity
Learning with no prior knowledge
Limitations Of The General Learner System
LIVE
Why Do We Live?
Location of Axes

M
Make Alternate Plans
Main Dimensions of Robby
Materialism
Meaning and Symbol Grounding
The members of a society have a limited life span . .
Memory and Forgetting
Mental Methods
Mental Methods and Chains of Response Rules: Habits
The Mind
Mindscapes
Miscellaneous Observations on the Human Mind
Misuse of Concepts
Movement Angles
The Municipality
Muscles

N
Neural Fields and Expert Systems
Nominalism

O
Objectives
Objective and Senses
Have an Objective
The Objectives Of Humans
Obtain Information
An Opportunity to Reason Much Better
Overview of the Intelligent system
Overview of the General Learner

P
Patterns
Pattern Finder
Peace between Nations
Persons as Intelligent Systems
Some very fundamental Philosophical Questions
Scientific Philosophy
A Picture of the interface
Make Alternate Plans
Select best Action or Plan
Practice
Preliminary remarks on the Theory of Intelligent Systems
Present Investigation
Present Situation
Present Situation and Response Rules
Problem Solving
PRODIGY
Proposal for Improving Government and Society

R
Radio links
Rationalism
Realism
An Opportunity to Reason Much Better
Reinforcement
Acting and Reinforcement
References
Response Rules
Present Situation and Response Rules
Act, Observe Results and Store Experiences
Results And Experiments
Robby, A Household Robot
Robby and the Perceptual Control Theory (PCT)
Robby from side
(Robby) Hand Detail
Robby sitting
Robby standing
Robby with Author
(Robby) Skeleton
Latest Picture of Robby
Main Dimensions of Robby
Specifications for Robby
Why build Robots?
Robot Brain

S
The Safety Valve
A Science Fiction Story
Create a Scientific Ethics
Scientific Philosophy
Select best Action or Plan
Selecting the Action
Selection of Responses
Senses
Objective and Senses
Sensors
Present Situation
Skepticism
Sleeping
SOAR
Social Dividend
Spreadsheet for Social Dividend
Intelligent Systems and their Societies
Concept of a Society
Geometry and Society
A society is a system. . .
A society is an intelligent system. . .
A society is composed of members. . .
The members of a society have a limited life span . .
The Importance of Societies
Experimental Sociology
Solar system
Some Technical Details
Specifications for Robby
Spreadsheet for Social Dividend
Storing and Generalizing and Forgetting
Extensive Summary
Summary of Processes within the General Learner
Meaning and Symbol Grounding
System
Definition of: "system"

T
Golden rules for good teamwork
Get into the Habit of Thinking
Training

U
Unemployment - Causes and Solutions
Use of Artificial Intelligent Systems for Thinking
United Nations (urgent need for reforms and actions)

V
The Value Added Tax
Value Analysis

W
What is intelligence?
What The Program Can Learn (General Learner)
Why Build Complete, Autonomous Intelligent Systems?
Why build Robots?
Why Do We Live?


 

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Last Edited 10 August 2012 / Walter Fritz
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