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-|  Environment  | Large number of potentially relevant variables.  | +|  Worlds  | Complex, intricate worlds, large number of variables (relative to the system's CPU and memory). \\ Complexity lies somewhere between randomness and regularity. \\ Many levels of temporal and spatial detail. \\ Ultimately, any system worthy of being called "AGI" must be successful operation in the physical world.  |
-|  Task  | Ditto   +|  Environments  | Somewhere between random and staticDynamic; large number of variables (relative to the system's CPU and memory capacity). \\ Many levels of temporal and spatial detail.
-|  Solutions  | Medium number.  +|  Tasks  | Dynamic; large number of variables (relative to the system's CPU and memory capacity)\\Underspecified.
-|  Instructions  | Optionally.  |+|  Goals  | Multiple goals can easily be specified    |
+ Solutions  | New solutions can be found.    |
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====How it Hangs Together: Worlds, Environments, Tasks, Goals==== ====How it Hangs Together: Worlds, Environments, Tasks, Goals====