Human Level Artificial Intelligence, Book 1

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Aardvark Global Publishing, Jan 1, 2006 - Artificial intelligence
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In the Artificial Intelligence subject matter there are literally thousands and thousands of fields. Some of these fields are: neural networks, genetic programming, heuristic searches, planning programs, and so forth. This book is concerned about learning machines and human - robot interactions. Based on Mitchell's 6 year design of a learning computer program, he discusses the components that make up the human level artificial intelligence program. Instead of using complex matrixes or lengthy discrete mathematical algorithmns, the author explains the computer program in a basic but comprehensive way. The book also outlines some creative approaches to instill intelligence into robots. Most of the material is written in terms of theoretical analysis and has not been scientifically proven through discrete math or computer science.

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