Into the Heart of the Mind: An American Quest for Artificial Intelligence

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Frank Rose, 1985 - Science - 209 pages
A team of computer scientists, working at the engineering school of the University of California at Berkeley to create Artificial Intelligence, documents their struggle to reach an impossible goal and the controversies over their work
 

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Contents

Prologue
1
Berkeley
7
The Machine
21
The Riddle
41
The PANDORA Program
54
John Loves Mary
68
What Computers Cant Do
84
PHRAN and PHRED
98
Should Robots Have Civil Rights? 116
119
A Fork in the Ground
131
Sunday in Antioch
145
The Chinese Room
156
On Deadline
171
Application of the AAMCAP Metatheme
183
Epilogue
201
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

As a contributing editor at Wired, Frank Rose has covered everything from Sony's gamble on PlayStation 3 to the posthumous career of Philip K. Dick in Hollywood. His books include the bestselling West of Eden, about the ouster of Steve Jobs from Apple. He lives in New York City.

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