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Peter Isaev

Peter Isaev is a Ph.D. Student in the Department of Computer & Information Sciences at Temple University working with Professor Pei Wang. He is part of the Temple AGI Team, which does research and experiments in the field of Artificial General Intelligence.

He is one of the organizers of the NARS Workshop held annually since 2019 and organized by Temple University. Watch AGI-22 | NARS Tutorial & Workshop.

The NARS (Non-Axiomatic Reasoning System) Project is an artificial general intelligence (AGI) system focused on reasoning, learning, planning, perceiving, and temporal/procedural control. The project was founded in the 1980s by Dr. Pei Wang, who is currently an associate professor and researcher at North Philadelphia University.

Peter worked on the implementation and practical application of the NARS Project as a research assistant within the College of Science and Technology’s Department of Computer & Information Sciences.

The project is unique from others in artificial intelligence because it learns from experience in real time. When the system is operating, it can test hypotheses out to see what works and what doesn’t, making implementation of the project practical.

It’s really about uncertainty, and reasoning and learning in real-time, which stands out from the rest of the AGI systems because real-time and uncertainty are the key aspects of NARS. The project is currently working on integrating NARS into robotics. Read Memory System and Memory Types for Real-Time Reasoning Systems.

Peter and the Temple AGI Team are working on multiple projects regarding NARS. Their main one is OpenNARS, the open-source version of the NARS project, and ONA (OpenNARS for Applications). Read An Attentional Control Mechanism for Reasoning and Learning and Comparative Reasoning for Intelligent Agents.

Watch An Attentional Control Mechanism for Reasoning and Learning and Panel Session 3: Learning, Reasoning, and Resource Allocation.

Read ONA for Autonomous ROS-Based Robots and The Conceptual Design of OpenNARS 3.1.0. Read Born in the ’80s, Temple’s NARS Project is still an artificial general intelligence leader and Artificial General Intelligence — A gentle introduction and A Constructive Explanation of Consciousness.

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