Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37 (4):431-432 (2014)

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Riccardo Manzotti
IULM University
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Wilson et al. draw our attention to the problem of a science of intentional change. We stress the connection between their approach and existing paradigms for learning and goal generation that have been developed in machine learning, artificial intelligence, and psychology. These paradigms outline the structural principles of a domain-general and teleologically open agent.
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