Implementation of DEvelopmentAl Learning (IDEAL) Course
4. Self-programming »
Selected readings on self-programming
The best reference I know to explain why self-programming is a prerequisite for autonomous sense-making is
Froese & Ziemke (2009).
Enactive artificial intelligence: Investigating the systemic organization of life and mind.
Journal of Artificial Intelligence, 173(3-4): 466-500.
This article invokes the concept of constitutive autonomy, which, I argue, can be achieved through self-programming.
- Georgeon & Marshall (2013).
Demonstrating sensemaking emergence in artificial agents: A method and an example.
International Journal of Machine Consciousness, 5(2), pp 131-144.
- An issue of AGI devoted to self-programming. Great reference to support self-programming!
Thórisson, Nivel, Sanz, & Wang (2013).
Approaches and Assumptions of Self-Programming in Achieving Artificial General Intelligence.
Journal of Artificial General Intelligence. 3(3), 1-10.
This ends Lesson 4 (it was the hardest!).
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