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Problem Solving Algorithm
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Posted on 07 February 2018

Artificial Intelligence

Problem Solving Algorithm

Christopher McCombie and Jonathon Cagan, at Carnegie Mellon University, have received funding from DARPA to design a computer algorithm that is able to simulate and enhance human problem-solving capabilities. They intend to create a computer platform that uses a two-tiered problem-solving language. Computational agents will primarily operate in the higher tier of the language, which is composed of general problem solving operations. The lower-tier of the language, will work on problem-specific solution concepts. It is hoped the computer will be able to reason, decipher concepts and work with human team members to manage the problem-solving process.


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