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Mechanical bodies, computational minds : artificial intelligence from automata to cyborgs

Author: Stefano Franchi; Güven Güzeldere
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. ; London : MIT Press, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Bringing together scholars from varying backgrounds, this text examines the fundamental questions that are presented by the concept of artificial intelligence. It also suggests that technical advances could hold the key to more traditional questions, such as explaining the true nature of human rationality.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stefano Franchi; Güven Güzeldere
ISBN: 0262062437 9780262062435 0262562065 9780262562065
OCLC Number: 55502471
Notes: Stefano Franchi is lecturer in philosophy at University of Auckland, New Zealand.
"A Bradford book."
Description: viii, 538 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Machinations of the mind : cybernetics and artificial intelligence from automata to cyborgs / Stefano Franchi and Güven Güzeldere --
The soul gained and lost : artificial intelligence as a philosophical project / Philip Agre --
The man-machine and artificial intelligence / Bruce Mazlish --
Marrying the premodern to the postmodern : computers and organisms after World War II / Evelyn Fox Keller --
A gallery of monsters : cybernetics and self-organization, 1940-1970 / Andrew Pickering --
On seeing A's and seeing As / Douglas R. Hofstadter --
Did Deep Blue's win over Kasparov prove that artificial intelligence has succeeded? A debate / Hubert Dreyfus and Daniel Dennett --
Machines and the mental / Fred Dretske --
Dialogues with colorful "personalities" of early AI / Güven Güzeldere and Stefano Franchi --
The Hume machine : can association networks do more than formal rules? / Bruno Latour and Geneviève Teil --
Knowing subjects : AI from feminist philosophy / Alison Adam --
Humans, machines, and the structure of knowledge / Harry M. Collins --
Swamped by the updates : expert systems, semioclasm, and apeironic education / Michael L. Johnson --
Artificial intelligence research as art / Stephen Wilson --
Why AI is not a science / Maurizio Matteuzzi --
Dance floor blues : the case for a social AI / Tom Burke --
The epistemological and philosophical situation of mind technoscience / Alain-Marc Rieu --
Phenomenology and cognitive science / Serge Sharoff --
Artificial intelligence and theology : from Mythos to Logos and back / Anne Foerst.
Responsibility: edited by Stefano Franchi and Güven Güzeldere.

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