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Intelligence, control and the artificial mind Print E-mail
Sunday, 14 February 2010

Artificial intelligence (AI) seems to be at an impasse. The old vision of AI which started as the search for a computer-based approximation of the human mind is not delivering. The initial hype opened the door to ample criticism following failures to fulfill some bold predictions. Cognitive systems research (CSR) has replaced AI at the forefront of this research programme. But CSR is really just a new name for the same set of objectives, designed to elude the tag of failure. The problem with this programme may not be in the methods but in the naïve conceptualizations that have driven and are still driving the research.

Full reference: PerAda Magazine (2010) 938–946
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