Rational Decision-Making within the Bounds of Reason
Edited by Morris Altman
Chapter 3: Rational mistakes that make us smart
3 Rational mistakes that make us smart Nathan Berg [E]very intelligent system makes good errors; otherwise it would not be intelligent. The reason is that the outside world is uncertain, and the system has to make intelligent inferences based on a...
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