Artificial Intelligence (Handbook Of Perception And by Margaret A. Boden

By Margaret A. Boden

Synthetic Intelligence is the research of ways to construct or software pcs to let them to do what minds can do. This quantity discusses the ways that computational principles and laptop modeling can reduction our knowing of human and animal minds. significant theoretical methods are defined, in addition to a few promising fresh advancements. basic philosophical questions are mentioned in addition to issues reminiscent of: the variations among symbolic and connectionist AI, making plans and challenge fixing, wisdom illustration, studying, professional structures, imaginative and prescient, common language, creativity, and human-computer interplay. This quantity is appropriate for any psychologist, thinker, or computing device scientist eager to comprehend the present state-of-the-art during this sector of cognitive technology. Key good points* updated account of ways computational principles and strategies are appropriate to psychology* comprises discussions of "classical" (symbolic) AI, of connectionism (neural nets), of evolutionary programming, and of A-Life* Discusses a variety of psychology from low-level imaginative and prescient to creativity

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II. THE GENERAL PROBLEM SOLVER The previous section discussed planning and the idea of searching for a suitable sequence of operations and introduced some of the relevant terminology. This section describes how they are realized in one of the landmark systems in planning: GPS, the General Problem Solver. During its 10-year development, GPS was presented as relevant to both explaining human performance and achieving intelligent behavior from a machine. Newell and Simon (1961) present it as simulating human behavior on a theorem proving task, while some subsequent publications explicitly ignore psychological plausibility and present it purely as illustrating techniques for allowing a computer program to tackle a wide range of tasks.

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