Next: Really Intelligent Computers

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Halfway through its first century, artificial intelligence has delivered some astonishing successes on narrowly defined tasks: cars that drive themselves, airline reservation systems you can talk to, search engines for the Web. Yet these accomplishments have failed to match the general, flexible, adaptive mind of a two-year-old child. By understanding the differences between childlike and computer intelligence, we set the stage for the development of really intelligent computers. Dr. Paul Cohen is Professor and Head of the Department of Computer Science University of Arizona, College of Science - Next: Science that Transforms Lecture Series

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