adaptive intelligence

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adaptive intelligence (uncountable)

  1. The human mind model, in that human intelligence as represented by the brain/mind model will tend to change (adapt) toward positive modes of survival.
  2. A branch of artificial intelligence dealing with training neural networks using not only the statistical estimation of data, but combining it with specific domain knowledge.
  3. A branch of artificial intelligence where the objective is to program how the system is to interpret information and react rather than to program how a system solves specific problems (example: Knowledge Enhanced Electronic Logic: KEEL Technology).

Further reading[edit]

At this time it is not clear if the so-called AI community is trending toward using the 'Adaptive Intelligence' label to replace 'Artificial Intelligence' to describe the 'Machine Intelligence' goal.