Winter 1988

Artificial Intelligence

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Preface

by Stephen R. Graubard


One AI or Many?

by Seymour Papert


Making a Mind Versus Modeling the Brain: Artificial Intelligence Back at a Branchpoint

by Hubert L. Dreyfus and Stuart E. Dreyfus


Natural and Artificial Intelligence

by Robert Sokolowski


Artificial Intelligence: An Apercu

by Pamela McCorduck


Neural Nets and Artificial Intelligence

by Jack D. Cowan and David H. Sharp


The New Connectionism: Developing Relationships Between Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence

by Jacob T. Schwartz


Real Brains and Artificial Intelligence

by George N. Reeke, Jr., and Gerald M. Edelman


Intelligence as an Emergent Behavior; or, The Songs of Eden

by W. Daniel Hillis


The Prospects for Building Truly Intelligent Machines

by David L. Waltz


Making Machines (and Artificial Intelligence)

by Anya Hurlbert and Tomaso Poggio


Artificial Intelligence and Psychoanalysis: A New Alliance

by Sherry Turkle


Much Ado About Not Very Much

by Hilary Putnam


When Philosophers Encounter Artificial Intelligence

by Daniel C. Dennett


Mathematical Logic in Artificial Intelligence

by John McCarthy