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Artificial Intelligence: The Case Against

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  1. Using Extra Output Learning to Insert a Symbolic Theory Into a Connectionist Network.M. R. W. Dawson, D. A. Medler, D. B. McCaughan, L. Willson & M. Carbonaro - 2000 - Minds and Machines 10 (2):171-201.
    This paper examines whether a classical model could be translated into a PDP network using a standard connectionist training technique called extra output learning. In Study 1, standard machine learning techniques were used to create a decision tree that could be used to classify 8124 different mushrooms as being edible or poisonous on the basis of 21 different Features (Schlimmer, 1987). In Study 2, extra output learning was used to insert this decision tree into a PDP network being trained on (...)
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  • Two Approaches to Developing Expert Systems: A Consideration of Formal and Semi-Formal Domains. [REVIEW]Edgar A. Whitley - 1991 - AI and Society 5 (2):110-127.
    The conventional approach to developing expert systems views the domain of application as being “formally defined”. This view often leads to practical problems when expert systems are built using this approach. This paper examines the implications and problems of the formal approach to expert system design and proposes an alternative approach based on the concept of semi-formal domains. This approach, which draws on the work of socio-technical information systems, provides guidelines which can be used for the design of successful expert (...)
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  • Minds and Machines.Francis Jeffry Pelletier - unknown
    I was asked to develop a course “Philosophy and Cognitive Science” to be taught for the first time in Spring 1995 in the Philosophy Department at the University of Alberta. Since my cognitive science-related interests are focussed more towards philosophy mixed with artificial intelligence (A I) and linguistics than towards (say) neuroscience or anthropology, I decided to slant the course in t hat direction. The departmental intent was that this should be an upper-level course, but with no spe cific prerequisite (...)
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