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CS 344 AI Boredom Talk Muhahaha

CS 344 AI Boredom Talk Muhahaha

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ManasJoglekar(07005006)Harsh Pareek(07005007) VirajDeshpande(07005008)MehulJain (07005021)RohitSingh (07005034)ManasJoglekar(07
 
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Outline
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I
ntroduction
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Definition
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Psychology, Philosophy and Biological
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Does intelligence require boredom?
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Boredom as awareness of sel
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Modeling Boredom
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Behavioral tests
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Using A 
I
y
 Applications
y
Future Directions
y
I
ntroduction
y
Definition
y
Psychology, Philosophy an
 
d Biological
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Does intelligence require boredom?
y
Boredom as awareness of self 
y
Modeling Boredom
y
Behavioral tests
y
Using A 
I
y
 Applications
y
Future Directions
 
D
efinition
y
Boredom is an emotional state experienced during periods lackingactivity or when individuals are uninterested in the opportunitiessurrounding them.
y
The first record of the word boredom is in the novel Bleak House by Charles Dickens, written in 1852
How people have described boredom:
y
Boredom [is] the desire for desires
y
Leo Tolstoy ,
 Ann
a Kare
n
i
n
a
y
 A man can stand almost anything except a succession of ordinary days.
y
Goethe, the great 18th century German poet, dramatist, and scientist,described boredom as the mother of invention.
y
Man is the only animal that can be bored.
y
Erich Fromm,
he Sa
n
e Society
(1955)
y
Boredom is an emotional state exp
 
erienced during periods lackingactivity or when individuals are uninterested in the opportunitiessurrounding them.
y
The first record of the word boredom is in the novel Bleak House by Charles Dickens, written in 1852
How
 
ople
 
e
 
escribed 
 
boredom:
y
Boredom [is] the desire for desires
y
Leo Tolstoy ,
 Anna
 
a
re
n
i
na
y
 A 
man can stand almost anything except a succession of ordinary days.
y
Goethe, the great 18th century German poet, dramatist, and scientist,described boredom as the mother of invention.
y
Man is the only animal that can be bored.
y
Erich Fromm,
Th
e
 
an
e
 
ociety
(
1955)

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