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Perhaps the most significant feature of current artificial intelligence research is the co-existence of a number of vastly different and often seriously conflicting paradigms, competing for the attention of the research community (as well as research funding). In this article, two competing paradigms of artificial intelligence, the connectionist and the symbolic approach, will be described. Brief analysis and criticism of each paradigm will be provided, and possible integration of the two will also be discussed as a result of the analysis on their respective shortcomings.
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