AI: A strategic technology in Japan? [Book Review]

AI and Society 4 (2):154-160 (1990)
The industrial society in Japan is now entering into a new era of an advanced information society or a network society. AI as a knowledge information processing technology is becoming an integral part of the society. This emerging era is being supported by the information industry
Keywords FGCS Project  Institute for New Generation Computer Technology (ICOT)  Human Frontier Science Programme (HFSP)  Logic programming  R & D strategy in Japan
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