• Corpus ID: 12638465

Intelligence without Robots : A Reply to

@inproceedings{Brooks1995IntelligenceWR,
  title={Intelligence without Robots : A Reply to},
  author={Brooks},
  year={1995}
}
  • Brooks
  • Published 1995
  • Computer Science
AI: “The agents should be embodied as mobile robots...the new approach can be extended to cover the whole story, both with regards to building intelligent systems and to understanding human intelligence” (Brooks 1991a, p. 585). This article argues that even if we accept Brooks’s first position and seek to build complete agents in realworld environments, we need not accept robotics as the foundation for AI. Clearly, robotics is an important enterprise, with much to contribute to AI. However, I… 
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