Thinking Machines

Author: Luke Dormehl
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1524704415
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This remarkable book will invite you to marvel at what now seems commonplace and to dream about a future in which the scope of humanity may need to broaden itself to include intelligent machines.

Publisher: สำนักพิมพ์มติชน
ISBN: 9740203493
Size: 17.75 MB
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The Quest For Artificial Intelligence

Author: Dorothy Hinshaw Patent
Publisher: Harcourt Childrens Books
Size: 65.67 MB
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AI and the Mind Ironically, the accomplishments we take for granted, the things
we seem to achieve without effort or thought, provide the toughest challenges to
AI. Conversely, it is relatively easy to program computers to do certain things that
are difficult for the human brain, such as retaining long lists of information and
solving complicated mathematical equations. In the past, we thought "intelligence
" was mainly the faculty that allowed us to find the answers to difficult problems.

The Quest For Artificial Intelligence

Author: Nils J. Nilsson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139642820
Size: 45.64 MB
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Part II Early Explorations: 1950s and 1960s IF MACHINES ARE TO BECOME
INTELLIGENT, THEY MUST, AT THE VERY LEAST, BE able to do the thinking-
related things that humans can do. The first steps then in the quest for artificial
intelligence involved identifying some specific tasks thought to require
intelligence and figuring out how to get machines to do them. Solving puzzles,
playing games such as chess and checkers, proving theorems, answering simple
questions, and ...


Author: Daniel Crevier
Publisher: Basic Books (AZ)
Size: 31.43 MB
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Traces the successes and failures of the group of scientists who began research on artificial intelligence, and offers ideas on what future research will achieve

The Brain Makers

Author: Harvey P. Newquist
Publisher: Sams
Size: 50.91 MB
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The general consensus of the assembled group was that any country seeking to
dominate the world's computer market by the year 1 990 would have to be a
leader in artificial intelligence. The production of thinking machines, and not the "
problem solver" software programs that the United States had been toying with,
was the key to capturing the future of computing. This put a definite emphasis on
hardware over software. Japan had already proven itself a master of building
superior ...

Connectionist Models And Their Implications

Author: David Waltz
Publisher: Intellect Books
ISBN: 9780893914561
Size: 24.43 MB
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Their. Prospects. Marvin. Minsky. M.I.T. Artificial Intelligence Laboratory* &
Thinking Machines Corporation Why is there so much excitement about
connectionist research today? Some researchers simply want machines to do the
various ... Why can't we make machines like us, that grow through learning from
experience? ... One approach to pursuing that quest is to start with a top-down
strategy: begin at the level of commonsense psychology and try to imagine
processes that might ...

Thinking Machines

Author: Terry A. Winograd
Size: 61.20 MB
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In their quest for mechanical explanations of (or substitutes for) human reason,
researchers in artificial intelligence are heirs to a long tradition . ... If controversies
were to arise, there would be no more need of disputation between two
philosophers than between two accountants. For it would suffice to take their
pencils in their hands, to sit down to their slates, and to say to each other... 'Let us
calculate.' "2 Behind this program of mechanical reason was a faith in 2 /
Thinking machines.

Machines Who Think

Author: Pamela McCorduck
Publisher: A K Peters, Ltd.
ISBN: 9781568812052
Size: 22.56 MB
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Machines Who Think is b.tek. along with an extended Afterword that brings the
held up to date in the last quarter century, including its scientific and its public
faces. McCorduck shows how. from a slightly dubious fringe science, artificial
intelligence has moved slowly (though not always steadily) to a central place in
our everyday lives, and how it will be even more crucial as the World \\ ide Web
moves into its next generation. 'Foi m\ money, Machines Who Think continues to
be the most ...