This book goes right into the the causes and reasons of the diversity of ways of thinking. It is about the tricks of how our thinking works and about the efforts and failures of artificial intelligence. It discusses what can and cannot be expected of intelligent' computers, and provides an insight into the deeper layers of the mechanism of our thinking.-An enjoyable piece of reading, this thought-provoking book is also an exciting mental adventure for those with little or no computer competence at all.
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"This is a recommended reading for everybody who is interested in basic problems and relations of computer science and human cognition." T Vamos (Hungarian Acad. Sci.) "This very readable and highly enjoyable book explores the arguments and issues underlying the debate about the efficacy of artificial intelligence. The book will be of great interest, not only to computer scientists, mathematicians, engineers, psychologists, philosophers, biologists, and other experts in the field, but also the person without any background in computer science." "I only hope that I have conveyed, a little of the flavour of his truly enjoyable and thought-provoking book." Eugene Clark Journal of Law and Information Science (Australia), 1991 "... this book provides some very enjoyable and thought provoking reading ..." Tommy Dreyfus Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1993
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Book Description World Scientific Publishing Co, 1990. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P119810202679
Book Description World Scientific Pub Co Inc, 1990. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 252 pages. 8.75x6.25x0.75 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 9810202679