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This article is a tutorial introduction to artificial intelligence for software engineers, and a similar introduction to software engineering for artificial intelligence workers. Software engineering and artificial intelligence are compared and contrasted in terms of the problems they attempt to...
It is widely believed that the mind can be studied in isolation from the details of its physical embodiment and environmental surroundings. This is a form of residual Cartesianism which cognitive science can ill afford. Arguments are presented to show that cognitive powers should not be treated...
Three knowledge elicitation techniques were used to extract knowledge bases from experts on lighting for industrial inspection tasks. The techniques were: I a structured interview; II ‘twenty questions’ —imputing rules from information requests; and III a card sort. The first two techniques...
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