Prentice-Hall (1993)

Todd Moody
Saint Joseph's University of Pennsylvania
An exploration of the important philosophical issues and concerns related to artificial intelligence. The book focuses on the philosphical, rather than the technical or technological aspects of artificial intelligence.
Keywords Artificial Intelligence  Computer  Philosophy  Science
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