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Why Deep Neural Nets Cannot Ever Match Biological Intelligence and What To Do About It?
Danko Nikolic1,2,3
Source PublicationInternational Journal of Automation and Computing
AbstractThe recently introduced theory of practopoiesis offers an account on how adaptive intelligent systems are organized. According to that theory, biological agents adapt at three levels of organization and this structure applies also to our brains. This is referred to as tri-traversal theory of the organization of mind or for short, a T3-structure. To implement a similar T3-organization in an artificially intelligent agent, it is necessary to have multiple policies, as usually used as a concept in the theory of reinforcement learning. These policies have to form a hierarchy. We define adaptive practopoietic systems in terms of hierarchy of policies and calculate whether the total variety of behavior required by real-life conditions of an adult human can be satisfactorily accounted for by a traditional approach to artificial intelligence based on T2-agents, or whether a T3-agent is needed instead. We conclude that the complexity of real life can be dealt with appropriately only by a T3-agent. This means that the current approaches to artificial intelligence, such as deep architectures of neural networks, will not suffice with fixed network architectures. Rather, they will need to be equipped with intelligent mechanisms that rapidly alter the architectures of those networks.
KeywordArtificial intelligence neural networks strong artificial intelligence practopoiesis, machine learning.
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Affiliation1.DXC Technology, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
2.Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS), Ruth-Moufang-Straße 1, D-60438 Frankfurt/M, Germany
3.Department of Psychology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia
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Danko Nikolic. Why Deep Neural Nets Cannot Ever Match Biological Intelligence and What To Do About It?[J]. International Journal of Automation and Computing,2017,14(5):532-541.
APA Danko Nikolic.(2017).Why Deep Neural Nets Cannot Ever Match Biological Intelligence and What To Do About It?.International Journal of Automation and Computing,14(5),532-541.
MLA Danko Nikolic."Why Deep Neural Nets Cannot Ever Match Biological Intelligence and What To Do About It?".International Journal of Automation and Computing 14.5(2017):532-541.
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