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Artificial Intelligence-- A Personal View

@inproceedings{MartArtificialIA,
  title={Artificial Intelligence-- A Personal View},
  author={D. Mart}
}
The goal of Artificial Intelligence is to identify and solve tractable informatioa processing problems. In so doing, two types of theory arise. Here, they are labelled Types 1 and 2, and their characteristics are outlined. This discussion creates a more than usually rigorous perspective of the subject, from which past work and future prospects are briefly reviewed. Artificial Intelligence is the study of complex information processing problems that often have their roots in some aspect of… CONTINUE READING
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