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  • Can link non-fictional: ...subject are described. Finally, references to fictional and non-fictional descriptions of AI are provided.... (link to section)
  • Can link strong AI: ... However this definition seems to ignore the possibility of strong AI (see below). Another definition of '''artificial intellige... (link to section)
  • Can link computer program: ...e are two types of strong AI: * Human-like AI, in which the computer program thinks and reasons much like a [[human mind]].... (link to section)
  • Can link programming languages: ...anguage]]. Many weak AI fields have specialised software or programming languages created for them. For example, the 'most-human' natural lan... (link to section)
  • Can link programming language: ...uman' natural language [[chatterbot]] [[A.L.I.C.E.]] uses a programming language [[AIML]] that is specific to its program, and the various c... (link to section)
  • Can link information processor: ...o point out that there is no meaning or understanding in an information processor itself. As a result Searle claims to demonstrate that even ... (link to section)
  • Can link Daniel C. Dennett: ... accepted as possible then Strong AI must also be possible. Daniel C. Dennett argues in Consciousness Explained that if there is no mag... (link to section)
  • Can link Man-machine: ...rk or soul, then Man is just a machine, and he asks why the Man-machine should have a privileged position over all other possible m... (link to section)
  • Can link information systems: ...n which certain types of computation cannot be performed by information systems yet seem to be performed by human minds.... (link to section)
  • Can link animal intelligence: ... easier to mimic. But satisfactory computational models for animal intelligence are not available. ... (link to section)
  • Can link J.C.R. Licklider: ..., by [[Alan Turing]], and ''[[Man-Computer Symbiosis]]'' by J.C.R. Licklider. See [[cybernetics]] and [[Turing test]] for further discu... (link to section)
  • Can link search engine: ... in a famous match in 1997. * [[InfoTame]], a text analysis search engine developed by the KGB for automatically sorting millions of ... (link to section)
  • Can link computer games: ...e variety of tasks, from [[intrusion detection system]]s to computer games.... (link to section)
  • Can link Gulf War I: ...ed to automatically plan the deployment of US forces during Gulf War I. This task would have cost months of time and millions of ... (link to section)
  • Can link non-deterministic: ...lects'''. With the introduction of artificially intelligent non-deterministic systems, many [[ethics|ethical]] issues will arise. Many o... (link to section)
  • Can link human thought: how much learning capability a system needs to replicate human thought, or how well it could do tasks without it (e.g. [[expert sy... (link to section)
  • Can link knowledge base: ...sed system which answers questions in English. * [[Cyc]], a knowledge base with vast collection of facts about the real world and logi... (link to section)
  • Can link real world: ...], a knowledge base with vast collection of facts about the real world and logical reasoning ability.... (link to section)
  • Can link logical reasoning: ...base with vast collection of facts about the real world and logical reasoning ability.... (link to section)
  • Can link popular science: ... intelligence. This problem has been aggravated by various popular science writers and media personalities such as [[Kevin Warwick]] w... (link to section)
  • Can link Ray Kurzweil: ...]]'' by Dennett. * ''[[The Age of Spiritual Machines]]'' by Ray Kurzweil... (link to section)
  • Can link Heinz von Foerster: Understanding: Essays on Cybernetics and Cognition'' by Heinz von Foerster... (link to section)
  • Can link Hans Moravec:'s Computers, Intelligent Machines and Our Future]]'' by Hans Moravec, [[Stanford University]]... (link to section)
  • Can link quantum coherence: ...ble action. * [[Quantum mind]] - the idea that large-scale quantum coherence is necessary to understand the brain. ... (link to section)
  • Can link common sense: ...validate them with the aim of using them as a body of human common sense knowledge that can be utilised by a machine.... (link to section)

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