Susan G. Josephson

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In this paper we argue for a Separability Hypothesis as a working hypothesis for AI. There is no a priori equivalence of the terms " mind " and " cognition. " Phenomenologically, a mental state has a cognitive content as well as subjectivity and emotions. The Separability Hypothesis asserts that an architecture for intelligence is a homomorphism of the(More)
We start by making a distinction between mind and cognition, and by positing that cognition is an aspect of mind. We propose as a working hypothesis a Separability Hypothesis which posits that we can factor off an architecture for cognition from a more general architecture for mind, thus avoiding a number of philosophical objections that have been raised(More)
here has been a lot of talk lately regarding whether or not AI is more like science than it is like engineering. However, a third possibility exists-namely, AI as art. Al as art Although most AI has been implemented in scientific or engineering applications , some AI is best seen as art. When AI is not merely model building-that is, when it makes machines(More)
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