Intelligence: The Eye, the Brain, and the Computer
This book treats the question of how far we have come in understanding intelligence and in duplicating it mechanically. The major facets of intelligence--reasoning, vision, language and learning are discussed as an approach to contrasting biological intelligence with current computer realizations.
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Theories of Mind
Artificial Intelligence AI
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