What Artificial Intelligence Needs From Symbolic Logic

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Here are the topics. What is logical AI? The common sense informatic situation Relevant history of logic Problems with logical AI Nonmonotonic reasoning Domain dependent control of reasoning Concepts as objects Contexts as objects Partially defined objects Self-awareness Remarks and references LOGICAL AI Logical AI proposes computer systems that represent what they know about the world by sentences in a suitable mathematical logical language. It achieves goals by inferring that a certain strategy of action is appropriate to achieve the goal. It then carries out that strategy, using observations also expressed as logical sentences.
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