Mind Versus Computer: Were Dreyfus and Winograd Right?

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Matjaž Gams, Marcin Paprzycki, Xindong Wu
Penn State Press, 1997 - Artificial intelligence - 235 pages
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Contents

Overview and General Issues
1
AI Progress Massive Parallelism and Humility Geiler
9
Self and SelfOrganisation in Complex AI Systems B Goertzel
20
Is Weak AI Stronger than Strong AI? M Gams
30
Naive Psychology and Alien Intelligence S Watt
46
Knowledge and Learning for Intelligent Systems
52
The Quest for Meaning L Marinoff
64
New Approaches
80
The Theoretical Foundations for Enginvering a Conscious Quantum Computer
141
Neural Computing Plus Quantum Consciousness M Perus
156
NonsymbolicAnalog Processing
171
Comparability and Form versus Meaning
190
Mind versus Godel D Bojadziev
202
Computation and Understanding M Radovan
211
What Internal Languages Cant Do P Hipwell
224
Consciousness and Understanding S Gozzano
231

Why Philosophy? On the Importance of Knowledge Representation and
90
An Integration of Knowledge Inference and Obects X
111
Building Sentient Survivable Systems S Walczak
128

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