In the Image of the Brain: Breaking the Barrier Between the Human Mind and Intelligent Machines

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Litte, Brown and Company, 1992 - Computers - 348 pages
Shows how a colorful cast of scientists is using their expanding knowledge of the brain and its evolution to make machines sense and think like human beings. National ad/promo.

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IN THE IMAGE OF THE BRAIN: Breaking the Barrier Between the Human Mind and Intelligent Machines

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All of a sudden comes a spate of books glorifying neural networks. Do we sense a paradigm shift here? Down with the old reductionist approach of artificial intelligence? Up with the biologically more ... Read full review

In the image of the brain: breaking the barrier between the human mind and intelligent machines

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Although the barrier between the human mind and any intelligent machine isn't close to being broken, this book reviews some fascinating projects doing cutting-edge development in neural networks ... Read full review

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