> IN LIGHT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, THE SCIENCEI find this hard to believe. OCR systems are far from flawless, and
> OF MENTAL ABILITY IS EITHER SILLY OR POINTLESS
> Book Review of Jensen on Intelligence-g-Factor
> Selmer Bringsjord
> The Minds & Machines Laboratory
> 8. Now, suppose that in my Lab we engineer an artificial agent whose
> performance on RPM is flawless; call this agent 'R.'
> Well, the supposition that R exists must be granted. After all, there
> are two computer systems that come close to R, FAIRAVEN and BETTERAVEN
> (Carpenter, Just & Shell 1990).
> Carpenter, P., Just, M., & Shell, P. (1990) What One Intelligence Test
> Measures: A Theoretical Account of the Processing in the Raven
> Progressive Matrices Test. Psychological Review 97(3): 404-431.
the sophistication of visual feature extraction required to do well
on RPM is far higher than that required for OCR. Is anyone familiar
with the article by Carpenter, Just & Shell (1990)? If so, I would
appreciate their posting some information on how FAIRAVEN and BETTERAVEN
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