Artificial Intelligence: Critical Concepts, Volume 2

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Ronald Chrisley, Sander Begeer
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - Artificial intelligence - 586 pages
 

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Contents

VOLUME
1
Computing machinery and intelligence
19
A proposal for the Dartmouth Summer Research Project
44
Report on a general problemsolving program
69
The simulation of psychological processes
88
Steps toward artificial intelligence
102
Symbols and search
155
Artificial intelligence where are we?
182
PART II
345
On Alan Turings anticipation of connectionism
381
A probabilistic model for information storage
398
A paradigm for learning
428
Horses of a different color?
445
Waking up from the Boolean Dream or subcognition
465
The prospects for building truly intelligent machines
523
Connectionism and the foundations of AI
541

Excerpts from The Society of Mind
223
Mathematical logic in artificial intelligence
248
On the thresholds of knowledge
298
Logical vs analogical or symbolic vs connectionist
562
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