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- Joseph Weizenbaum Computer Power and Human Reason From Judgement to Calculation 1976
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Welcome guest. Before posting on our computer help forum, you must register. Click here it's easy and free. Welcome, Guest. Please login or register. Did you miss your activation email? Forum only search News:. Home Help Login Register. The book was written back in So why mention it now? Because it is still relevant, even more than before. Horrific troubles have come because humans trust too much to the great power of computers. The book was written by Joseph Weizenbau. At that time he was in the forefront of AI research using the equipment of the 60s and 70s.
Later, I would find it was a very important classic work. Here are some parts of the book. Introduction and chapter English or German. SMF 2.
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Rafael Capurro. Who is Joseph Weizenbaum? Joseph, his brother Heinrich , and their parents Jechiel and Henriette fled in January from the antisemitic terror of Nazi Germany to the United States. After the war he finished his Master's degree in and worked as a system engineer at the Computer Development Laboratory of the General Electric Corporation. Alan Turing formulated his test in and John McCarthy used the name "Artificial Intelligence" for dealing with the issue of thinking machines at the Dartmouth Conference in Between and , the publication year of "Computer Science and Human Reason: From Judgement to Calculation" Weizenbaum , he became ethically sceptic about computer technology not only because, as he remarks, ELIZA was taken seriously by psychiatrists instead as an example of a dialogue with the computer, but also because of the impact of this technology during the Vietnam war Weizenbaum
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CONTENTS. COMPUTER POWER. AND. HUMAN REASON. PREFACE ix. FROM JUDGMENT TO CALCULATION. INTRODUCTION 1. Joseph Weizenbaum.
Computer power and human reason : from judgment to calculation
Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgment to Calculation by Joseph Weizenbaum displays the author's ambivalence towards computer technology and lays out the case that while artificial intelligence may be possible, we should never allow computers to make important decisions because computers will always lack human qualities such as compassion and wisdom. Weizenbaum makes the crucial distinction between deciding and choosing. Deciding is a computational activity, something that can ultimately be programmed.
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Joseph Weizenbaum Computer Power and Human Reason From Judgement to Calculation 1976
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