Hubert Dreyfus, what computers still can't do

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In his books on computers and cognition, Hubert Dreyfus claims that 'symbolic AI' is a degenerating research program. In this review John McCarthy, a Professor of Computer Science at Standford University defends symbolic AI. McCarthy focuses mainly on the logic-based approach, a part of the symbolic AI. Within logic-based AI, he emphasizes one development-formalized non-monotonic reasoning, because it illustrates intermittent but definite progress.

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McCarthy, J. (1996). Hubert Dreyfus, what computers still can’t do. Artificial Intelligence, 80(1), 143–150. https://doi.org/10.1016/0004-3702(95)00086-0

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