SingularityNET: Toward General-Purpose Minecraft Agents | Part 2: Limitations of Imperative Algorithms

Minecraft is a useful space for AI and AGI exploration and development.

In Part 2 of this series, we will explore why an AGI-ish Minecraft agent is valuable, what problems it uniquely solves, and why it is valuable for solving complex real-world problems. We will dive into the following areas:

– What problems are encountered by narrow AI solutions? 
– What is AGI-ish about Minecraft as a testbed for AI agents?
– What are the ways that imperative programming and reinforcement learning both create insufficient solutions for novel and complex problems?
– And an exploration into the practicality and efficiency of AGI-ish agents for effective novel problem solving, as demonstrated in Minecraft
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