What is AI? Psychometric AI As An Answer. Selmer Bringsjord, Bettina Schimanski Dept. of Cognitive Science / Dept. of Computer Science RAIR (Rensselaer Artificial Intelligence and Reasoning) Lab Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY 12180 USA [email protected] ; [email protected]
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Selmer Bringsjord, Bettina Schimanski
Dept. of Cognitive Science / Dept. of Computer Science
RAIR (Rensselaer Artificial Intelligence and Reasoning) Lab
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, NY 12180 USA
www.rpi.edu/~brings ; www.bettinaschimanski.com
IJCAI 2003 Conference
August 15, 2003
“If one were offered a machine purported to be intelligent, what would be an appropriate method of evaluating this claim? The most obvious approach might be to give the machine an IQ test … However, [good performance on tasks seen in IQ tests would not] be completely satisfactory because the machine would have to be specially prepared for any specific task that it was asked to perform. The task could not be described to the machine in a normal conversation (verbal or written) if the specific nature of the task was not already programmed into the machine. Such considerations led many people to believe that the ability to communicate freely using some form of natural language is an essential attribute of an intelligent entity.” (Fischler & Firschein 1990, p. 12)
Thurstone’s view of
view of intelligence
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-EmptyBar(y)| -R3(x)| -EmptyBar(x)| -T(a23)| -R3(y)| -T(y).
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Wechsler Adult Intelligent Scale
WAIS includes many sub-tests
- PERI has already cracked this
- Deals with many mental facets
PERI should specifically solve all of the WAIS
- From there, we move to all other established tests
Ex: “Why are the tires of automobiles made of rubber, rather than, say, plastic?”
PERI was not designed to simulate how a human thinks
- AI, not cognitive modeling
Place blocks together so that all edges match in color
PERI can solve it in under one second of CPU time and not just ones from the WAIS but any Block Design task given to it
(Blocks courtesy of Binary Arts Corporation)
Currently untouchable AI -- but we shall see.
Advanced Synthetic Characters