The Improbable Machine: What the Upheavals in Artificial Intelligence Research Reveal About How the Mind Really Works
Acclaimed science writer Jeremy Campbell explains how the failed attempts at artificial intelligence have given us surprising new insights into how the mind works. Line drawings throughout.
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