Some expert systems need common sense.

@article{McCarthy1984SomeES,
  title={Some expert systems need common sense.},
  author={Jeff McCarthy},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={1984},
  volume={426},
  pages={
          129-37
        }
}
An expert system is a computer program intended to embody the knowledge and ability of an expert in a certain domain. The ideas behind them and several examples have been described in other lectures in this symposium. Their performance in their specialized domains are often very impressive. Nevertheless, hardly any of them have certain common sense knowledge and ability possessed by any non-feeble-minded human. This lack makes them ``brittle''. By this is meant that they are difficult to extend… CONTINUE READING

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