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Human intelligence is a social phenomenon and is based on teaching. The alternative is evolution, but we will hardly have the patience to create the intelligence if only of a mouse or a frog by purely evolutionary mechanisms (von der Malsburg). Another problem stressed by von der Malsburgh is the ability of intelligent autonomous systems to learn from natural environments: Intelligent systems must be able to pick up significant structure from their environment. Machine learning in AI is limited to pre-coded application fields.
Very complex supernetworks, such as the individual brains, may be further treated as units that co-operate to create higher-level structures, such as groups of experts, institutions, think-tanks or universities, commanding huge amounts of knowledge that is required to solve the problems facing the whole society. Brainstorming is an example of interaction that may bring ideas up that are further evaluated and analyzed in a logical way by groups of experts. The difficult part is to create ideas. Creativity requires novel combination, generalization of knowledge that each unit has, applying it in novel ways.
The transcripts from the program have been evaluated by a developmental psychologist as a healthy bubbling of 18-month old baby. This is still only bubbling and it will be fascinating to see how far can one go in this way. The other challenging problem is answering the question of how is automatisation of response achieved by learning? Initial controlled response needs to be ‘put on automatic’ in order to enable an autonomous system to concentrate on other tasks. This may be solved by further understanding of the processes occurring in the frontal lobes in their interaction with the basal ganglia.