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Natural General Intelligence

How understanding the brain can help us build AI

Christopher Summerfield

15 December 2022

ISBN: 9780192843883

352 pages
Hardback
234x156mm

Price: £45.00

Natural General Intelligence aims to provide a bridge between the theories of those who study biological brains and the practice of those who are seeking to build artificial brains.

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Natural General Intelligence aims to provide a bridge between the theories of those who study biological brains and the practice of those who are seeking to build artificial brains.

  • Explores the algorithms and architectures that are driving progress in AI research
  • Discusses intelligence in the language of psychology and biology, using examples and analogies to be comprehensible to a wide audience
  • Tackles longstanding theoretical questions about the nature of thought and knowledge

About the Author(s)

Christopher Summerfield, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford

Christopher Summerfield is Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Oxford and a Research Scientist at Deepmind UK. His work focusses on the neural and computational mechanisms by which humans make decisions.

Table of Contents

    1:Turing's question
    2:The nature of intelligence
    3:The language of thought
    4:The structure of knowledge
    5:The problem of abstraction
    6:The value of action
    7:The control of memory
    8:A picture of the mind

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