Why skills do not require Intelligence

AGI can only be developed when we thoroughly understand what Intelligence is. What it does and how it does it. We can’t optimally algorithmize a process when we do not completely and correctly understand it. A proper definition concisely describes Intelligence’s functionality. Since AGI does not exist yet, there are many theories and ideas on […]

Why Moravec’s Paradox is irrelevant to AGI

Wikipedia: “Moravec’s paradox is the observation by artificial intelligence and robotics researchers that, contrary to traditional assumptions, reasoning requires very little computation, but sensorimotor skills require enormous computational resources.” Another source: “Moravec’s Paradox states that it is easy to train computers to do things that humans find hard, like mathematics and logic, but it is […]