Machines Who Think: A Personal Inquiry into the History and Prospects of Artificial Intelligence

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CRC Press, Mar 17, 2004 - Computers - 576 pages
This book is a history of artificial intelligence, that audacious effort to duplicate in an artifact what we consider to be our most important property—our intelligence. It is an invitation for anybody with an interest in the future of the human race to participate in the inquiry.
 

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Contents

Beginnings
1
The Turning Point
109
Resistance
193
Realizations
241
The Tensions of Choice
351
Afterword
415
The Evolution of Intelligence
523
Bibliography
535
Index
547
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McCorduck , Pamela

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