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Artificial Psychology: The Psychology of AI

@article{Crowder2013ArtificialPT,
  title={Artificial Psychology: The Psychology of AI},
  author={James A. Crowder and Shelli Friess},
  journal={Journal on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics},
  year={2013},
  volume={11},
  pages={64-68}
}
Having artificially intelligent machines that think, learn, reason, experience, and can function autonomously, without supervision, is one of the most intriguing goals in all of Computer Science. As the types of problems we would like machines to solve get more complex, it is becoming a necessary goal as well. One of the many problems associated with this goal is that what learning and reasoning are have so many possible meanings that the solution can easily get lost in the sea of opinions and… 
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