Thought Maturity in a Cognitive Architecture

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How wise are you?

Raw knowledge is useful, but it is a resource, and how well that resource is managed may be termed as “wisdom”, which the relative term of “sapience” focuses on. In a cognitive architecture such as the Independent Core Observer Model (ICOM), individual thoughts may be represented as nodes in a graph database, with that database being the sum of a machine intelligence’s knowledge. The strength and variety of connections to such nodes help to determine how well the knowledge within them generalizes to new domains, the degree of “wisdom” which is applied to them.

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