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Question about "Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach by Russell and Norvig"

I have issue to distinguish clearly between intelligent and rational agent presented by Norvig and Russel. What I understand is that rational agent think and act like human but not intelligent agent. Thus, Russel present 4 types of intelligents agents – Simple reflex agents – Model-based reflex agents – Goal-based agents – Utility-based agents

My question is : could Goal-based agents be a rational agents at the same time ? Does this concept limite intelligence to just human intelligence ? Some paper do not make distinction between these two terms.

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Before I go straight to your question, we have to get a clear picture of these two terms that might seem confusing;

1.rationality(an agent is able to perform given task x after analysing y,that is right fit for x).

2.intelligence.(an agent is able to perform given task x after analysing y inline with reasoning ie..why x?....).

could Goal-based agents be a rational agents at the same time ? Basing on the above two hints,the answer is yes.

Does this concept limit intelligence to just human intelligence ? According to artificial intelligence research,so far,we haven't reached at the level of human intelligence (artificial general intelligence).

Hope this can give you some insights.

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