Daniel Crevier - Computers - 1993 - 386 pages
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
Morton Wagman - Computers - 1991 - 152 pages
Wagman examines the emulation of human cognition by artificial intelligence systems. The book provides detailed examples of artificial intelligence programs (such as the FERMI ...
Morton Wagman - Psychology - 1995 - 167 pages
...articulates a general unified theory of intelligence directed toward integrated understanding of the nature of intelligence, whether human or artificial.
Morton Wagman - Psychology - 1996 - 174 pages
Wagman presents advanced theory, research, and knowledge concerning complex intellective processes. A general theory of representation and intelligence is proposed. The nature ...
Morton Wagman - Philosophy - 1997 - 171 pages
A critical evaluation of the salient contributions of cognitive psychology and artificial intelligence to the elucidation of the nature of conceptual thought.
Morton Wagman - Computers - 1999 - 161 pages
In an evaluation of the strengths and limitations of artificial intelligence in a number of intellectual domains, Wagman draws comparisons with human cognitive ability in those ...
Morton Wagman - Psychology - 1991 - 192 pages
The realm of human intellect no longer has an exclusive claim on cognitive processes--artificial intelligence represents a parallel claim. Wagman compares the two realms ...