MindOntology:Integrative AGI Projects

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An integrative AGI project, as considered here, is one that has no single AI algorithm and knowledge representation at its core, but relies for its very essence on a combination of algorithms and representations.

Thus, for instance, an AGI system that has formal logic theorem proving as its core cognition method, but uses non-logical methods for peripheral purposes like visual perception and calculating the trajectories of robot limbs, would not be considered "integrative" by the present definition.

On the other hand, an AGI system that carried ot the majority of its cognitive acts using a combination of formal logic theorem proving with activation spreading in an attractor neural net, would be considered "integrative" by the present definition.

Some integrated AGI systems are strictly modular in nature, others combine their component methods in subtler and more complex ways.

Examples of current integrative AGI projects are: