AI – a modern approach: book digest I

1. Studying the root principles of intelligence is much more important than copying the sample.

2. ‘The Logical Structure of the World’, by Rudolf Carnap, 1928, defines a clear process of computing, which is used to extract knowledge from basic experiments – it may be the first theory treating consciousness like process of computing.

3. ‘Nicomanchean Ethics’, by Aristotle – what we need to give a good consideration is means not results.

4. The difference between Cybernetics and AI: Cybernetics uses calculus, matrix algebra to analyze stable and continuously depicted system. More ever, precise analysis could be realized only when the system is pure linear. AI, to certain extent, is finding ways to get ride of the limitations from mathematic methods of Cybernetics, containing tools like linguistics, vision and planning based on logic, induction and deduction.

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1 Response to AI – a modern approach: book digest I

  1. Sylvia R says:

    Very nice poost

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