Computers And Common Sense: The Myth Of Thinking Machines

Ny: Columbia University Press (1961)
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Keywords Computer  Defense  Learning  Linguistic Analysis  Machine  Man  Meaning  Possibility  Relation  Research  Science  Thinking  Translation
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