Artificial Intelligence and Human Cognition: A Theoretical Intercomparison of Two Realms of Intellect
New York: Praeger (1991)
AbstractWagman examines the emulation of human cognition by artificial intelligence systems. The book provides detailed examples of artificial intelligence programs (such as the FERMI System and KEKADA program) accomplishing highly intellectual tasks.
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