An artificial system that achieves human-level performance on open-domain tasks must have a huge amount of knowledge about the world. We argue that the most feasible way to construct such a system is to let it learn from the large collections of text, images, and video that are available online. More specifically, the system should use a Bayesian probability model to construct hypotheses about both specific objects and events, and general patterns that explain the observed data.
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