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In the neural network and artificial intelligence research communities at the moment there is an ongoing debate about the representational adequacy of neural networks versus that of classical symbolic systems. Supporters of the classical symbolic AI paradigm argue that systems such as neural...
It is time animals lived side by side with animals. They can live, learn, build maps, evolve, and be our domesticated pets too. In the intersection of AI, Robotics, Philosophy and Psychology, traditions of building ever more complex systems that try to exhibit intelligent behavior or solve...
Newly minted assistant professors often super-charge their careers and their curriculum vitae by publishing elaborations of their dissertations in the form of books. Indeed, the practice is so common and so effective that it is recommended in "Getting what you came for: The smart student's guide...
This adaptation of Mitchell's 1990 University of Michigan dissertation under Douglas Hofstadter reports the architecture and behavior of Copycat, a distributed system with stochastic decision making and emergent behavior that models basic hypotheses about human analogical reasoning, using test...
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