Computers that Think?: The Search for Artificial Intelligence

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Enslow, 1982 - Artificial intelligence - 126 pages
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Describes artificial intelligence, which is that branch of computer science devoted to programming computers to carry out tasks that would require intelligence if they were performed by humans.

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Mice Chess Players and Artificial lntelligence
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Thinking Machine or ldiot Computer?
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OnOff is all the Computer Knows
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