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Challenges of Replicating Embodiment in Artificial General Intelligence
  • Budee U Zaman
Budee U Zaman

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This abstract delves into the intricate relationship between the abstract concept of intelligence and its embodiment, drawing attention to the lack of coherence in understanding intelligence and its implications for artificial intelligence (AI). Intelligence, inherently grounded in human experience, attempts to transcend its embodiment, posing challenges for the development of artificial general intelligence (AGI). The concept of embodiment extends beyond physical instantiation, encompassing the interdependence of an autopoietic system on its environment. The pursuit of autonomy and general capability in AGI necessitates the recreation of the organism’s natural condition of embodiment. However, the feasibility , controllability, and overall advantages of such artificial embodiment remain uncertain. This abstract explores the complex interplay between intelligence, embodiment, and the quest for AGI, raising critical questions about the path forward in the development of intelligent systems.Â