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From: Scientific American

In the Race to Artificial General Intelligence, Where’s the Finish Line?

To hear companies such as ChatGPT’s OpenAI tell it, artificial general intelligence, or AGI, is the ultimate goal of machine learning and AI research. But what is the measure of a generally intelligent machine?

“There’s no such thing as general intelligence, artificial or natural,” agrees Alison Gopnik, a professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley. Different kinds of problems require different kinds of cognitive abilities, she notes; no single type of intelligence can do everything. 

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