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Android Epistemology By Ken Ford

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Android epistemology is the exploration of the space of possible machines and their capacities for knowledge, beliefs, attitudes, desires, and for action in accord with their mental states.
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Android Epistemology by Ken Ford

Android epistemology is the exploration of the space of possible machines and their capacities for knowledge, beliefs, attitudes, desires, and for action in accord with their mental states.

Android epistemology is the exploration of the space of possible machines and their capacities for knowledge, beliefs, attitudes, desires, and for action in accord with their mental states.

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About Ken Ford


Kenneth M. Ford is Founder and Director of the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC) in Pensacola. Clark Glymour is Alumni University Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Carnegie Mellon University and Senior Research Scientist at Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition. He is the author of The Mind's Arrows: Bayes Nets and Graphical Causal Models in Psychology (MIT Press), Galileo in Pittsburgh, and other books. Patrick J. Hayes is a Senior Research Scientist at IHMC.

Table of Contents


The prehistory of android epistemology, Clark Glymour et al; machine as mind, Herbert A. Simon; the vitalists' last stand, Anatol Rapoport; could a robot be creative - and would we know?, Margaret A. Boden; from cognitive systems to persons, Antoni Gomila; could, how could we tell if, and why should - androids have inner lives, Selmer Bringsjord; android epistemology - an essay on interpretation and intentionality, Kaylan Shankar Basu; taking embodiment seriously - nonconceptual content and robotics, Ronald L. Chrisley; imagination and situated cognition, Lynn Andrea Stein; towards constructivist unification of machine learning and parallel distributed processing, Chris Stary and Markus F. peschl; towards a sentential "reality" for the android, Cary G. deBessonet; towards the ethical robot, James Gips; the ethics of autonomous learning systems, A.F. Umar Khan; how to settle an argument, Henry E. Kyburg, Jr.; machine stereopsis - a feedforward network for fast stereo vision with movable fusion plane, Paul M. Churchland; alienable rights, Marvin Minsky.

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GOR005184279
Android Epistemology by Ken Ford
Ken Ford
American Association for Artificial Intelligence
Used - Very Good
Hardback
MIT Press Ltd
1995-08-04
334
0262061848
9780262061841
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