The Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence by Margaret A. Boden

The Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence

EditorMargaret A. Boden

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Is `artificial intelligence' a contradiction in terms? Could computers (in principle) model every aspect of the mind, including logic, language, and emotion? What of the more brain-like, connectionist computers: could they really understand, even if digital computers cannot? This collectionof classic and contemporary readings (which includes an editor's introduction and an up-to-date reading list) provides a clearly signposted pathway into hotly disputed philosophical issues at the heart of artificial intelligence.

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Margaret A. Boden is at University of Sussex.
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Title:The Philosophy of Artificial IntelligenceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:460 pages, 8.07 × 5.31 × 0.98 inPublished:March 1, 1994Publisher:Oxford University Press

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This volume contains classical and contemporary essays which explore the philosophical foundations of artificial intelligence and cognitive science. They illustrate objections raised by critics outside the field, and radical controversies within it.

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`Excellent collection of 15 essays dealing with the intersection of AI, cognitive science, and philosophy ... this volume of (with one exception) previously published papers would be welcome in any graduate or upper-division undergraduate course on the theoretical foundations of AI.'Minds and Machines