NARS : an AGI Project

Pei Wang

NARS (Non-Axiomatic Reasoning System) is a general-purpose reasoning system, coming from my study of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Cognitive Sciences (CogSci).

What makes NARS different from conventional reasoning systems is its ability to learn from its experience and to work with insufficient knowledge and resources.

NARS attempts to uniformly explain and reproduce many cognitive facilities, including reasoning, learning, planning, reacting, perceiving, categorizing, prioritizing, remembering, decision making, and so on.

The research results include a theory of intelligence, a formal model of the theory, and a computer implementation of the model.

The ultimate goal of this research is to fully understand the mind, as well as to build thinking machines. Currently this research field is often called "Artificial General Intelligence" (AGI).

What is new:

Google Group on Open-NARS