Social logics and expert systems

AI and Society 8 (1):84-87 (1994)
Abstract
My goal is to emphasize the way we generally use the word ‘logic’ and the sort of problems related to the definition of logic and the sort of problems related to the definition of logic. I also wish to underline the differences between human intelligence and artificial intelligence
Keywords Logic  Artificial intelligence  Natural intelligence  Expert systems
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