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of interest to SIGART members...
Seminar organised by IEEE Turkey:
Why Artificial Intelligence is Very Hard
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Stony Brook University
( http://theopavlidis.com )
15:40 - Monday, Sept. 22nd
in room: EA 409 (Engineering Building, Bilkent)
Abstract:The promise of computer programs that would replicate general human intelligence has been around for over 60 years but little progress has been made. In contrast, there has been significant progress in specific areas such as restricted speech recognition, chess playing, etc.
I will present the argument that human intelligence operates in quite different ways than computers and it relies on processes that are still poorly understood. Therefore progress can be made only when a task associated with human intelligence is reduced to an engineering description, a slow and hard process but one that has produced results in the past.
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