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Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology 11 (2):126-130 (1991)
Reviews the book, Artificial intelligence and human reason: A teleological critique by J. F. Rychlak . There is a frequent lack of communication between artificial intelligence practitioners and critics. Joseph Rychlak's latest book is an attempt to contribute productively to this exchange. He introduces his work by stating: "I think it is relatively easy to write a superficial book "picking" on the computer as somehow inadequate to the description of human beings. Overall, Rychlak provides a sufficiently detailed criticism of computational approaches to intelligence to allow access to the implications of his work by the artificial intelligence practitioner and I recommend his book to this group. 2012 APA, all rights reserved)
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