What can the brain teach us about building artificial intelligence?


This paper is an invited commentary on Lake et al's Behavioral and Brain Sciences article titled “Building machines that learn and think like people”. Lake et al's paper offers a timely critique on the recent accomplishments in artificial intelligence from the vantage point of human intelligence, and provides insightful suggestions about research directions for building more human-like intelligence. Since we agree with most of the points raised in that paper, we will offer a few points that are complementary

Behavioral and Brain Sciences
Dileep George
AGI Research at DeepMind

My research interests include distributed robotics, mobile computing and programmable matter.