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Build An Optimal Scientist, Then Retire (pt.1) -- An interview with AI scientist Jürgen Schmidhuber

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Uploaded on Jun 24, 2010

Jürgen Schmidhuber is co-director of the Swiss AI lab IDSIA in Lugano and a professor of Cognitive Robotics at the Tech University Munich. Since the 1980s he's worked on topics in computer science and robotics including artificial curiosity, theories of surprise, incremental program evolution ("the first approach that made it possible to evolve entire soccer team strategies from scratch", according to his website), universal learning algorithms, optimally self-improving theoretical constructs called Gödel machines, artificial ants, robots that are taught how to tie shoelaces using reinforcement learning, and much more.

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