Artificial Intelligence: Critical Concepts, Volume 1

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Ronald Chrisley, Sander Begeer
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - Artificial intelligence - 500 pages

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Contents

The development of the concept of artificial
7
Why not the whole iguana?
13
Intellectual issues in the history of artificial intelligence
25
Epistemology and ontology Excerpt from The Cybernetics
48
A probabilistic model for information storage
68
The expert tool
71
Why not a sociology of machines? The case of sociology
81
The prehistory of android epistemology
113
Babbage Huxley and Butler
266
Towards electronic computers
291
Critiques and stumbling blocks
301
Machines that think a further statement
327
Behavior purpose and teleology
371
The knowing subject in AI
390
McCulloch and his cohorts
396
The general and logical theory of automata
416

The manmachine and artificial intelligence
134
Theory of robots in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
163
Leviathan chapter 5 Of Reason and Science
184
The motives of Jacques de Vaucanson
205
Translators notes excerpts for L F Menabreas Memoir
252
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence through Simulated Evolution
259
A paradigm for learning
428
Horses of a different color?
445
Robotics and general intelligence
454
Has artificial intelligence research illuminated
482
The tree of knowledge
485
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