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Is there a standard AI paradigm

Discusses the fundamentally different starting points for modelling intelligence and the limitations on what can be done, theoretically with the rationalistic (or logic) approach, and empirically with the emergent approach.

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  • "Discusses the fundamentally different starting points for modelling intelligence and the limitations on what can be done, theoretically with the rationalistic (or logic) approach, and empirically with the emergent approach."@en
  • "Most approaches to AI share assumptions about the nature of representation, symbol manipulation, and intelligence. The approaches are all limited by basic problems of representation, assuming (falsely?) a linguistic nature of thought. Winograd describes an alternative "hermeneutic" orientation and relates it to current problems in AI research."@en

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  • "Is there a standard AI paradigm"@en
  • "Is there a standard AI paradigm? (1987)"
  • "Is there a standard AI paradigm?"
  • "Is there a standard AI paradigm?"@en