Minsky's Rationale on Artificial Intelligence Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Minsky's Rationale on Artificial Intelligence
An analysis of Minsky's perspective on the concept of artificial intelligence.
# 129900 | 1,000 words | 1 source | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Computer and Technology (General) , Psychology (General)


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The paper discusses how artificial intelligence is a difficult concept to explain much less quantify in today's hyper-technological environment. The paper explains Minsky's argument, that man first of all does not understand enough about the inner processes of the human mind to determine exactly how to compare artificial intelligence with human intelligence and that artificial intelligence will eventually change how man defines intelligence in the first place.

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"Artificial intelligence is a difficult concept to explain much less quantify in today's hyper-technological environment. Yet, it was more so over 20 years ago when Minsky first hypothesized on the subject. Minsky's argument, put succinctly, is that man first of all does not understand enough about the inner processes of the human mind to determine exactly how to compare artificial intelligence with human intelligence and that artificial intelligence will eventually change how man defines intelligence in the first place (par.63). He makes this point by taking the reader on a progression through the various higher thought processes..."

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