I put everything talk slides on the web:

And also a recent overview article:

The New AI: General & Sound & Relevant for Physics
J. Schmidhuber. TR IDSIA-04-03, arxiv:cs.AI/0302012
To appear in B. Goertzel and C. Pennachin, eds.:
Artificial General Intelligence

Abstract. Most traditional artificial intelligence (AI)
systems of the past 50 years are either very limited, or
based on heuristics, or both. The new millennium, however,
has brought substantial progress in the field of theoretically
optimal and practically feasible algorithms for prediction,
search, inductive inference based on Occam's razor, problem
solving, decision making, and reinforcement learning in
environments of a very general type. Since inductive inference
is at the heart of all inductive sciences, some of the results
are relevant not only for AI and computer science but also for
physics, provoking nontraditional predictions based on Zuse's
thesis of the computer-generated universe.

Comments welcome!

Juergen Schmidhuber http://www.idsia.ch/~juergen/

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