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General Intelligent Network (GIN) and Generalized Machine Learning Operating System (GML) for Brain-Like Intelligence
  • Budee U Zaman
Budee U Zaman

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This paper introduces a preliminary concept aimed at achieving Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) by leveraging a novel approach rooted in two key aspects. Firstly, we present the General Intelligent Network (GIN) paradigm, which integrates information entropy principles with a generative network, reminiscent of Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs). Within the GIN network, original multimodal information is encoded as low information entropy hidden state representations (HPPs). These HPPs serve as efficient carriers of contextual information, enabling reverse parsing by contextually relevant generative networks to reconstruct observable information. Secondly, we propose a Generalized Machine Learning Operating System (GML System) to facilitate the seamless integration of the GIN paradigm into the AGI framework. The GML system comprises three fundamental components: an Observable Processor (AOP) responsible for real-time processing of observable information, an HPP Storage System for the efficient retention of low entropy hidden state representations, and a Multimodal Implicit Sensing/Execution Network designed to handle diverse sensory inputs and execute corresponding actions. By combining the GIN paradigm and GML system, our approach aims to create a holistic AGI system capable of encoding, processing, and reconstructing information in a manner akin to human-like intelligence. The synergy of information entropy principles and generative networks, along with the orchestrated functioning of the GML system, presents a promising avenue towards achieving advanced cognitive capabilities in artificial systems. This preliminary concept lays the groundwork for further exploration and refinement in the pursuit of true brain-like intelligence in machines.
04 Jan 2024Submitted to TechRxiv
10 Jan 2024Published in TechRxiv