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Giving the AI definition a form suitable for the engineer

by   Dimiter Dobrev, et al.

Artificial Intelligence - what is this? That is the question! In earlier papers we already gave a formal definition for AI, but if one desires to build an actual AI implementation, the following issues require attention and are treated here: the data format to be used, the idea of Undef and Nothing symbols, various ways for defining the "meaning of life", and finally, a new notion of "incorrect move". These questions are of minor importance in the theoretical discussion, but we already know the answer of the question "Does AI exist?" Now we want to make the next step and to create this program.


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