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Artificial Intelligence: Cooperative Computation and Man?Machine Symbiosis
December 1976 (vol. 25 no. 12)
pp. 1346-1352
M.A. Arbib, Department of Computer and Information Science and the Center for Systems Neuroscience, University of Massachusetts
Artificial intelligence (AI) joins forces with brain research, cognitive psychology, and linguistics to probe the nature of intelligeice. It is asserted that the current AI emphasis on representation of knowledge will be augmented by increasing attention to cooperative computation and learning. AI also contributes to a man-machine symbiosis: providing specialized packets of intelligence to augment our own. As we augment our intelligence with our machines, building on current success with robotics, scene analysis, language understanding, and expert systems, we must better understand our own intelligence to enable the construction of high-bandwidth man?machine interfaces. This, too, is a form of cooperative computation.
Index Terms:
Artificial intelligence, brain theory, cognitive psychology, cooperative computation, data-base management, expert systems, man?machine symbiosis, personal computers, representation of knowledge, robots.
Citation:
M.A. Arbib, "Artificial Intelligence: Cooperative Computation and Man?Machine Symbiosis," IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 25, no. 12, pp. 1346-1352, Dec. 1976, doi:10.1109/TC.1976.1674603
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