Future State Maximisation and Hard-Wired Structures

Constructivist Foundations 16 (1):064-065 (2020)

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Future state maximisation offers a clear departure from both fixed reactive systems and systems that learn models based on reactive experience. In this commentary, I argue that FSX is not …

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