An Overview of Artificial General Intelligence: Recent Developments and Future Challenges
- 1 University of Jeddah, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
- 2 RMIT University, Australia
- 3 British Institute of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
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The defense sphere of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) is developing exponentially. Notwithstanding, there is an under the definition of the character of human beliefs pertaining to AGI associations. Distinctive AGI protection scholars formulated numerous hypotheses regarding the existence of human beliefs, but contradictions exist. This study provides an analysis of what AGI protection scholars, up to the beginning of 2019, have written about the essence of human beliefs. It is generally advised to use a theory classification system, where the ideas are evaluated following the degree of their sophistication and size of behaviorists-internalists, equally because of the scope of their consensus mankind. We propose several well-supported hypotheses to indicate the difficulty of describing the character of human beliefs and a few meta-level theories are needed.
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