How to Build a Mind: Toward Machines with Imagination
Publisher: Columbia University Press | 2001 | ISBN: 0231120125 | PDF | pages: 192 | 10,6 mb
One of the earliest proponents of neural engineering to build artificially intelligent systems, Aleksander (Imperial Coll. of Science, Technology, and Medicine, London) has more than 30 years of artifical intelligence research under his belt. Though he covers a substantial amount of engineering as it applies to building machines with imagination, this work is actually more of a philosophical argument for why he has arrived at his current position.