On some supposed contributions of artificial intelligence to the scientific study of language

Cognition 4 (December):321-398 (1976)
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Keywords Artificial Intelligence  Heuristics  Language  Linguistics  Semantics  Syntax  Transformational Grammar  Chomsky, N  Minsky, M  Schank, R
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