Brett Martensen


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A definition of or a test for AGI should not be based on an agent’s level of knowledge or ability because the intelligence of a general-purpose intelligent agent should always be increasing.  Humans as babies start out with very little intelligence. We gain intelligence as we grow and experience the world. Therefore the measure of general-purpose intelligence should be based on the ability to learn and adapt and not on what is known or can be done. An AGI agent should be able to learn and understand any knowledge we could discover and learn to perform any skill we can learn how to do provided that it is given the required interface devices to interact with the environment.