Corpus ID: 17881558

That's AI? A History and Critique of the Field

@inproceedings{Sweeney2003ThatsAA,
  title={That's AI? A History and Critique of the Field},
  author={L. Sweeney},
  year={2003}
}
  • L. Sweeney
  • Published 2003
  • Psychology
  • What many AI researchers do when they say they are doing AI contradicts what some AI researchers say is AI. Surveys of leading AI textbooks demonstrate a lack of a generally accepted historical record. These surveys also show AI researchers as primarily concerned with prescribing ideal mathematical behaviors into computers -accounting for 987 of 996 (or 99%) of the AI references surveyed. The most common expectation of AI concerns constructing machines that behave like humans, yet only 27 of… CONTINUE READING
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