This article is about the frame problem in philosophy; for the artificial intelligence problem, see frame problem

In philosophy, the frame problem is the problem of how an intelligent agent bounds the set of beliefs to change when an action is performed. This problem originates from artificial intelligence, where it is formulated as the problem of avoiding to specify all conditions that are not affected by actions, in the context of representing dynamical domains in a formal logic. In philosophy, the problem is about rationality in general, rather than being a technical problem related to formal logic in particular.

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