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The fifth generation fallacy: why Japan is betting its future on artificial intelligence

By: Unger, J. Marshall.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Oxford University Press 1987Description: x, 230 p. ill. 22 cm.ISBN: 019504939X.Subject(s): Fifth generation computers | Artificial intelligence | Word processing | Japanese language - Data processingDDC classification: 006.3 Summary: For several years much attention has been focused on Japan's highly publicized Fifth Generation Project, a research programme aimed at the development of 'intelligent' computers that can think like human beings.
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Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 209-223.

For several years much attention has been focused on Japan's highly publicized Fifth Generation Project, a research programme aimed at the development of 'intelligent' computers that can think like human beings.

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