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Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence: An by Ulrich Ratsch, Michael M. Richter, Ion-Olimpiu Stamatescu

By Ulrich Ratsch, Michael M. Richter, Ion-Olimpiu Stamatescu

Cognition and synthetic intelligence are getting into a brand new period within which the points of symbolic manipulation and of connectionism start to come jointly. This results in a conversation of really interdisciplinary personality. The publication covers elements of fuzzy good judgment, case established reasoning, studying in addition to which means, language, and attention. The authors of this topical quantity have their heritage in common sense, desktop technological know-how, physics and arithmetic, philosophy, psychology and neurobiology.

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Van der Vijver (Kluwer, Dordrecht), pp. 125-146 Atlan, H. (1986): A tort et a raison. Intercritique de la science et du mythe (Seuil, Paris) Bateson, G. , Reggia, J. and Samuelides, M. (1991): Reseaux neuronaux. Une approche connexionniste de l'intelligence artificielle (Teknea, Toulouse / Marseille / Barcelone) Clark, A. B. (1982): Knowledge-Based Systems in Artificial Intelligence (McGraw-Hill, New York) Dobzhansky, Th. -J. -J. (1991): "L'intelligence peut-elle titre artificielle? -P. (1994): Aux origines des sciences cognitives (La Decouverte, Paris) Edelman, G.

Genetic epistemology has shown that becoming an autonomous subject and constructing reality are interdependent. " (Piaget 1937, p. 311) If intelligence is both the cause and the effect of the knowledge the individual has of the world and of himself, this forces us to reconsider the distinctions traditionally made in our modern world between subject and object, between being and doing, between autopoiesis and heterogenesis. Since AI has greatly contributed to rendering these three frontiers fuzzy, the last section of this contribution focuses on the consequences that this epistemological change has had on our self-understanding.

Since AI has greatly contributed to rendering these three frontiers fuzzy, the last section of this contribution focuses on the consequences that this epistemological change has had on our self-understanding. 3 The Influence of AI on Self-understanding in Human Beings - "By changing what we know about the world, we change the world we know. " (Dobzhansky, 1962, p. 391) There can be no doubt that the invention of the computer has considerably changed social practices and the organization of work, giving rise to the sharpest criticism as well as the wildest dreams.

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