Mind over machine: the power of human intuition and expertise in the era of the computer

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Free Press, Sep 12, 1988 - Computers - 231 pages
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Defining the limits of computer technology, the authors make a compelling case that binary logic will always be inferior to human intuitive ability. A stunning reaffirmation of human intelligence.

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User Review  - abraxalito - LibraryThing

Although this was written over 20 years ago now, nothing much has changed in the world of AI and Dreyfus' position is unchallenged. This book deconstructs the hype surrounding AI most effectively. Read full review


Five Steps from Novice to Expert
Logic Machines and Their Limits
From High Hopes to Sober

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Hubert Dreyfus is a leading interpreter of existential philosophy.  He has taught at UC Berkeley for more than 40 years.

Dreyfus is professor of industrial engineering and operations research at the University of California, Berkeley.

Athanasiou has been active in environmental and technology politics for more than two decades.

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