Artificial General Intelligence Research Institute
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The Artificial General Intelligence Research Institute (AGIRI) was founded in 2001. Its mission is to "foster the creation of powerful and ethically positive" artificial general intelligence. AGIRI hosts an online forum, publishes material on the development, application and implications for AGI, and hosts AGI workshops in the Washington, D.C. area.
- AGIRI.org Workshop May 2006
- Goertzel, Ben; Pennachin, Cassio (Eds.) Artificial General Intelligence. Springer. 2006.
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