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    Lightbulb AIXI: Universal Artificial Inteligence and Compreession Challenge



    AIXI integrates numerous philosophical, computational and statistical principles:
    Ockham's razor (simplicity) principle for model selection
    Epicurus principle of multiple explanations as a justification of model averaging
    Bayes rule for updating beliefs
    Turing machines as universal description language
    Kolmogorov complexity to quantify simplicity
    Solomonoff's universal prior and
    Bellman equations for sequential decision making.

    Hunter prize
    http://prize.hutter1.net/

    Singularity summit Australia
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-vx5zbOOXI

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    http://www.hutter1.net/ai/uaibook.htm


    Phys.org article
    http://phys.org/news/2013-11-super-i...on.html#ajTabs



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    Which would solve the AI problem, except for the minor detail that AIXI is not computable.

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