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Philosophy and theory of artificial intelligence, Vincent C. Müller (ed.), (electronic resource)

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Philosophy and theory of artificial intelligence
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Philosophy and theory of artificial intelligence
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Vincent C. Müller (ed.)
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eng
Summary
  • Can we make machines that think and act like humans or other natural intelligent agents? The answer to this question depends on how we see ourselves and how we see the machines in question. Classical AI and cognitive science had claimed that cognition is computation, and can thus be reproduced on other computing machines, possibly surpassing the abilities of human intelligence. This consensus has now come under threat and the agenda for the philosophy and theory of AI must be set anew, re-defining the relation between AI and Cognitive Science. We can re-claim the original vision of general AI from the technical AI disciplines; we can reject classical cognitive science and replace it with a new theory (e.g. embodied); or we can try to find new ways to approach AI, for example from neuroscience or from systems theory. To do this, we must go back to the basic questions on computing, cognition and ethics for AI. The 30 papers in this volume provide cutting-edge work from leading researchers that define where we stand and where we should go from here
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006.301
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Q335
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.P482 2013
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Müller, Vincent C
Series statement
Studies in applied philosophy, epistemology and rational ethics,
Series volume
5
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  • Artificial intelligence
  • Artificial intelligence
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Can we make machines that think and act like humans or other natural intelligent agents? The answer to this question depends on how we see ourselves and how we see the machines in question. Classical AI and cognitive science had claimed that cognition is computation, and can thus be reproduced on other computing machines, possibly surpassing the abilities of human intelligence. This consensus has now come under threat and the agenda for the philosophy and theory of AI must be set anew, re-defining the relation between AI and Cognitive Science. We can re-claim the original vision of general AI from the technical AI disciplines; we can reject classical cognitive science and replace it with a new theory (e.g. embodied); or we can try to find new ways to approach AI, for example from neuroscience or from systems theory. To do this, we must go back to the basic questions on computing, cognition and ethics for AI. The 30 papers in this volume provide cutting-edge work from leading researchers that define where we stand and where we should go from here
Label
Philosophy and theory of artificial intelligence, Vincent C. Müller (ed.), (electronic resource)
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The Info-computational Nature of Morphological Computing
  • Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic
  • Limits of Computational Explanation of Cognition
  • Marcin Miłkowski
  • Of (Zombie) Mice and Animats
  • Slawomir J. Nasuto and John Mark Bishop
  • Generative Artificial Intelligence
  • Tijn van der Zant, Matthijs Kouw and Lambert Schomaker
  • Turing Revisited: A Cognitively-Inspired Decomposition
  • Tarek Richard Besold
  • Machine Mentality?
  • The New Experimental Science of Physical Cognitive Systems
  • AI, Robotics, Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences under a New Name with the Old Philosophical Problems?
  • Fabio Bonsignorio --
  • Istvan S. N. Berkeley and Claiborne Rice
  • 'Quantum Linguistics' and Searle's Chinese Room Argument
  • John Mark Bishop, Slawomir J. Nasuto and Bob Coecke
  • The Physics and Metaphysics of Computation and Cognition
  • Peter Bokulich
  • The Two (Computational) Faces of AI
  • David Davenport
  • Becoming Digital: Reconciling Theories of Digital Representation and Embodiment
  • Harry Halpin
  • A Pre-neural Goal for Artificial Intelligence
  • Micha Hersch
  • Intentional State-Ascription in Multi-Agent Systems
  • A Case Study in Unmanned Underwater Vehicles
  • Justin Horn, Nicodemus Hallin, Hossein Taheri, Michael O'Rourke and Dean Edwards
  • Snapshots of Sensorimotor Perception: Putting the Body Back into Embodiment
  • Anthony F. Morse
  • Feasibility of Whole Brain Emulation
  • Toward a Modern Geography of Minds, Machines, and Math
  • Anders Sandberg --
  • Selmer Bringsjord and Naveen Sundar Govindarajulu
  • Practical Introspection as Inspiration for AI
  • Sam Freed
  • Computational Ontology and Deontology
  • Raffaela Giovagnoli
  • Emotional Control-Conditio Sine Qua Non for Advanced Artificial Intelligences?
  • Claudius Gros
  • Aziz F. Zambak
  • Machine Intentionality, the Moral Status of Machines, and the Composition Problem
  • David Leech Anderson
  • Risks and Mitigation Strategies for Oracle AI
  • Stuart Armstrong
  • The Past, Present, and Future Encounters between Computation and the Humanities
  • Stefano Franchi
  • Being-in-the-AmI: Pervasive Computing from Phenomenological Perspective
  • Gagan Deep Kaur
  • The Influence of Engineering Theory and Practice on Philosophy of AI
  • C.S. Peirce and Artificial Intelligence: Historical Heritage and (New) Theoretical Stakes
  • Viola Schiaffonati and Mario Verdicchio
  • Artificial Intelligence Safety Engineering: Why Machine Ethics Is a Wrong Approach
  • Roman V. Yampolskiy
  • What to Do with the Singularity Paradox?
  • Pierre Steiner
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Body: Dreyfus, Bickhard, and the Future of AI
  • Daniel Susser
  • Introducing Experion as a Primal Cognitive Unit of Neural Processing
  • Oscar Vilarroya
  • The Frame Problem
  • Autonomy Approach versus Designer Approach
  • The Info-computational Nature of Morphological Computing
  • Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic
  • Limits of Computational Explanation of Cognition
  • Marcin Miłkowski
  • Of (Zombie) Mice and Animats
  • Slawomir J. Nasuto and John Mark Bishop
  • Generative Artificial Intelligence
  • Tijn van der Zant, Matthijs Kouw and Lambert Schomaker
  • Turing Revisited: A Cognitively-Inspired Decomposition
  • Tarek Richard Besold
  • Machine Mentality?
  • The New Experimental Science of Physical Cognitive Systems
  • AI, Robotics, Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences under a New Name with the Old Philosophical Problems?
  • Fabio Bonsignorio --
  • Istvan S. N. Berkeley and Claiborne Rice
  • 'Quantum Linguistics' and Searle's Chinese Room Argument
  • John Mark Bishop, Slawomir J. Nasuto and Bob Coecke
  • The Physics and Metaphysics of Computation and Cognition
  • Peter Bokulich
  • The Two (Computational) Faces of AI
  • David Davenport
  • Becoming Digital: Reconciling Theories of Digital Representation and Embodiment
  • Harry Halpin
  • A Pre-neural Goal for Artificial Intelligence
  • Micha Hersch
  • Intentional State-Ascription in Multi-Agent Systems
  • A Case Study in Unmanned Underwater Vehicles
  • Justin Horn, Nicodemus Hallin, Hossein Taheri, Michael O'Rourke and Dean Edwards
  • Snapshots of Sensorimotor Perception: Putting the Body Back into Embodiment
  • Anthony F. Morse
  • Feasibility of Whole Brain Emulation
  • Toward a Modern Geography of Minds, Machines, and Math
  • Anders Sandberg --
  • Selmer Bringsjord and Naveen Sundar Govindarajulu
  • Practical Introspection as Inspiration for AI
  • Sam Freed
  • Computational Ontology and Deontology
  • Raffaela Giovagnoli
  • Emotional Control-Conditio Sine Qua Non for Advanced Artificial Intelligences?
  • Claudius Gros
  • Aziz F. Zambak
  • Machine Intentionality, the Moral Status of Machines, and the Composition Problem
  • David Leech Anderson
  • Risks and Mitigation Strategies for Oracle AI
  • Stuart Armstrong
  • The Past, Present, and Future Encounters between Computation and the Humanities
  • Stefano Franchi
  • Being-in-the-AmI: Pervasive Computing from Phenomenological Perspective
  • Gagan Deep Kaur
  • The Influence of Engineering Theory and Practice on Philosophy of AI
  • C.S. Peirce and Artificial Intelligence: Historical Heritage and (New) Theoretical Stakes
  • Viola Schiaffonati and Mario Verdicchio
  • Artificial Intelligence Safety Engineering: Why Machine Ethics Is a Wrong Approach
  • Roman V. Yampolskiy
  • What to Do with the Singularity Paradox?
  • Pierre Steiner
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Body: Dreyfus, Bickhard, and the Future of AI
  • Daniel Susser
  • Introducing Experion as a Primal Cognitive Unit of Neural Processing
  • Oscar Vilarroya
  • The Frame Problem
  • Autonomy Approach versus Designer Approach
  • The Info-computational Nature of Morphological Computing
  • Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic
  • Limits of Computational Explanation of Cognition
  • Marcin Miłkowski
  • Of (Zombie) Mice and Animats
  • Slawomir J. Nasuto and John Mark Bishop
  • Generative Artificial Intelligence
  • Tijn van der Zant, Matthijs Kouw and Lambert Schomaker
  • Turing Revisited: A Cognitively-Inspired Decomposition
  • Tarek Richard Besold
  • Machine Mentality?
  • The New Experimental Science of Physical Cognitive Systems
  • AI, Robotics, Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences under a New Name with the Old Philosophical Problems?
  • Fabio Bonsignorio --
  • Istvan S. N. Berkeley and Claiborne Rice
  • 'Quantum Linguistics' and Searle's Chinese Room Argument
  • John Mark Bishop, Slawomir J. Nasuto and Bob Coecke
  • The Physics and Metaphysics of Computation and Cognition
  • Peter Bokulich
  • The Two (Computational) Faces of AI
  • David Davenport
  • Becoming Digital: Reconciling Theories of Digital Representation and Embodiment
  • Harry Halpin
  • A Pre-neural Goal for Artificial Intelligence
  • Micha Hersch
  • Intentional State-Ascription in Multi-Agent Systems
  • A Case Study in Unmanned Underwater Vehicles
  • Justin Horn, Nicodemus Hallin, Hossein Taheri, Michael O'Rourke and Dean Edwards
  • Snapshots of Sensorimotor Perception: Putting the Body Back into Embodiment
  • Anthony F. Morse
  • Feasibility of Whole Brain Emulation
  • Toward a Modern Geography of Minds, Machines, and Math
  • Anders Sandberg --
  • Selmer Bringsjord and Naveen Sundar Govindarajulu
  • Practical Introspection as Inspiration for AI
  • Sam Freed
  • Computational Ontology and Deontology
  • Raffaela Giovagnoli
  • Emotional Control-Conditio Sine Qua Non for Advanced Artificial Intelligences?
  • Claudius Gros
  • Aziz F. Zambak
  • Machine Intentionality, the Moral Status of Machines, and the Composition Problem
  • David Leech Anderson
  • Risks and Mitigation Strategies for Oracle AI
  • Stuart Armstrong
  • The Past, Present, and Future Encounters between Computation and the Humanities
  • Stefano Franchi
  • Being-in-the-AmI: Pervasive Computing from Phenomenological Perspective
  • Gagan Deep Kaur
  • The Influence of Engineering Theory and Practice on Philosophy of AI
  • C.S. Peirce and Artificial Intelligence: Historical Heritage and (New) Theoretical Stakes
  • Viola Schiaffonati and Mario Verdicchio
  • Artificial Intelligence Safety Engineering: Why Machine Ethics Is a Wrong Approach
  • Roman V. Yampolskiy
  • What to Do with the Singularity Paradox?
  • Pierre Steiner
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Body: Dreyfus, Bickhard, and the Future of AI
  • Daniel Susser
  • Introducing Experion as a Primal Cognitive Unit of Neural Processing
  • Oscar Vilarroya
  • The Frame Problem
  • Autonomy Approach versus Designer Approach
  • Computation & Method -- Cognition -- Ethics & Society
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9783642316739
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2012941517
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Label
Philosophy and theory of artificial intelligence, Vincent C. Müller (ed.), (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The Info-computational Nature of Morphological Computing
  • Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic
  • Limits of Computational Explanation of Cognition
  • Marcin Miłkowski
  • Of (Zombie) Mice and Animats
  • Slawomir J. Nasuto and John Mark Bishop
  • Generative Artificial Intelligence
  • Tijn van der Zant, Matthijs Kouw and Lambert Schomaker
  • Turing Revisited: A Cognitively-Inspired Decomposition
  • Tarek Richard Besold
  • Machine Mentality?
  • The New Experimental Science of Physical Cognitive Systems
  • AI, Robotics, Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences under a New Name with the Old Philosophical Problems?
  • Fabio Bonsignorio --
  • Istvan S. N. Berkeley and Claiborne Rice
  • 'Quantum Linguistics' and Searle's Chinese Room Argument
  • John Mark Bishop, Slawomir J. Nasuto and Bob Coecke
  • The Physics and Metaphysics of Computation and Cognition
  • Peter Bokulich
  • The Two (Computational) Faces of AI
  • David Davenport
  • Becoming Digital: Reconciling Theories of Digital Representation and Embodiment
  • Harry Halpin
  • A Pre-neural Goal for Artificial Intelligence
  • Micha Hersch
  • Intentional State-Ascription in Multi-Agent Systems
  • A Case Study in Unmanned Underwater Vehicles
  • Justin Horn, Nicodemus Hallin, Hossein Taheri, Michael O'Rourke and Dean Edwards
  • Snapshots of Sensorimotor Perception: Putting the Body Back into Embodiment
  • Anthony F. Morse
  • Feasibility of Whole Brain Emulation
  • Toward a Modern Geography of Minds, Machines, and Math
  • Anders Sandberg --
  • Selmer Bringsjord and Naveen Sundar Govindarajulu
  • Practical Introspection as Inspiration for AI
  • Sam Freed
  • Computational Ontology and Deontology
  • Raffaela Giovagnoli
  • Emotional Control-Conditio Sine Qua Non for Advanced Artificial Intelligences?
  • Claudius Gros
  • Aziz F. Zambak
  • Machine Intentionality, the Moral Status of Machines, and the Composition Problem
  • David Leech Anderson
  • Risks and Mitigation Strategies for Oracle AI
  • Stuart Armstrong
  • The Past, Present, and Future Encounters between Computation and the Humanities
  • Stefano Franchi
  • Being-in-the-AmI: Pervasive Computing from Phenomenological Perspective
  • Gagan Deep Kaur
  • The Influence of Engineering Theory and Practice on Philosophy of AI
  • C.S. Peirce and Artificial Intelligence: Historical Heritage and (New) Theoretical Stakes
  • Viola Schiaffonati and Mario Verdicchio
  • Artificial Intelligence Safety Engineering: Why Machine Ethics Is a Wrong Approach
  • Roman V. Yampolskiy
  • What to Do with the Singularity Paradox?
  • Pierre Steiner
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Body: Dreyfus, Bickhard, and the Future of AI
  • Daniel Susser
  • Introducing Experion as a Primal Cognitive Unit of Neural Processing
  • Oscar Vilarroya
  • The Frame Problem
  • Autonomy Approach versus Designer Approach
  • The Info-computational Nature of Morphological Computing
  • Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic
  • Limits of Computational Explanation of Cognition
  • Marcin Miłkowski
  • Of (Zombie) Mice and Animats
  • Slawomir J. Nasuto and John Mark Bishop
  • Generative Artificial Intelligence
  • Tijn van der Zant, Matthijs Kouw and Lambert Schomaker
  • Turing Revisited: A Cognitively-Inspired Decomposition
  • Tarek Richard Besold
  • Machine Mentality?
  • The New Experimental Science of Physical Cognitive Systems
  • AI, Robotics, Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences under a New Name with the Old Philosophical Problems?
  • Fabio Bonsignorio --
  • Istvan S. N. Berkeley and Claiborne Rice
  • 'Quantum Linguistics' and Searle's Chinese Room Argument
  • John Mark Bishop, Slawomir J. Nasuto and Bob Coecke
  • The Physics and Metaphysics of Computation and Cognition
  • Peter Bokulich
  • The Two (Computational) Faces of AI
  • David Davenport
  • Becoming Digital: Reconciling Theories of Digital Representation and Embodiment
  • Harry Halpin
  • A Pre-neural Goal for Artificial Intelligence
  • Micha Hersch
  • Intentional State-Ascription in Multi-Agent Systems
  • A Case Study in Unmanned Underwater Vehicles
  • Justin Horn, Nicodemus Hallin, Hossein Taheri, Michael O'Rourke and Dean Edwards
  • Snapshots of Sensorimotor Perception: Putting the Body Back into Embodiment
  • Anthony F. Morse
  • Feasibility of Whole Brain Emulation
  • Toward a Modern Geography of Minds, Machines, and Math
  • Anders Sandberg --
  • Selmer Bringsjord and Naveen Sundar Govindarajulu
  • Practical Introspection as Inspiration for AI
  • Sam Freed
  • Computational Ontology and Deontology
  • Raffaela Giovagnoli
  • Emotional Control-Conditio Sine Qua Non for Advanced Artificial Intelligences?
  • Claudius Gros
  • Aziz F. Zambak
  • Machine Intentionality, the Moral Status of Machines, and the Composition Problem
  • David Leech Anderson
  • Risks and Mitigation Strategies for Oracle AI
  • Stuart Armstrong
  • The Past, Present, and Future Encounters between Computation and the Humanities
  • Stefano Franchi
  • Being-in-the-AmI: Pervasive Computing from Phenomenological Perspective
  • Gagan Deep Kaur
  • The Influence of Engineering Theory and Practice on Philosophy of AI
  • C.S. Peirce and Artificial Intelligence: Historical Heritage and (New) Theoretical Stakes
  • Viola Schiaffonati and Mario Verdicchio
  • Artificial Intelligence Safety Engineering: Why Machine Ethics Is a Wrong Approach
  • Roman V. Yampolskiy
  • What to Do with the Singularity Paradox?
  • Pierre Steiner
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Body: Dreyfus, Bickhard, and the Future of AI
  • Daniel Susser
  • Introducing Experion as a Primal Cognitive Unit of Neural Processing
  • Oscar Vilarroya
  • The Frame Problem
  • Autonomy Approach versus Designer Approach
  • The Info-computational Nature of Morphological Computing
  • Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic
  • Limits of Computational Explanation of Cognition
  • Marcin Miłkowski
  • Of (Zombie) Mice and Animats
  • Slawomir J. Nasuto and John Mark Bishop
  • Generative Artificial Intelligence
  • Tijn van der Zant, Matthijs Kouw and Lambert Schomaker
  • Turing Revisited: A Cognitively-Inspired Decomposition
  • Tarek Richard Besold
  • Machine Mentality?
  • The New Experimental Science of Physical Cognitive Systems
  • AI, Robotics, Neuroscience and Cognitive Sciences under a New Name with the Old Philosophical Problems?
  • Fabio Bonsignorio --
  • Istvan S. N. Berkeley and Claiborne Rice
  • 'Quantum Linguistics' and Searle's Chinese Room Argument
  • John Mark Bishop, Slawomir J. Nasuto and Bob Coecke
  • The Physics and Metaphysics of Computation and Cognition
  • Peter Bokulich
  • The Two (Computational) Faces of AI
  • David Davenport
  • Becoming Digital: Reconciling Theories of Digital Representation and Embodiment
  • Harry Halpin
  • A Pre-neural Goal for Artificial Intelligence
  • Micha Hersch
  • Intentional State-Ascription in Multi-Agent Systems
  • A Case Study in Unmanned Underwater Vehicles
  • Justin Horn, Nicodemus Hallin, Hossein Taheri, Michael O'Rourke and Dean Edwards
  • Snapshots of Sensorimotor Perception: Putting the Body Back into Embodiment
  • Anthony F. Morse
  • Feasibility of Whole Brain Emulation
  • Toward a Modern Geography of Minds, Machines, and Math
  • Anders Sandberg --
  • Selmer Bringsjord and Naveen Sundar Govindarajulu
  • Practical Introspection as Inspiration for AI
  • Sam Freed
  • Computational Ontology and Deontology
  • Raffaela Giovagnoli
  • Emotional Control-Conditio Sine Qua Non for Advanced Artificial Intelligences?
  • Claudius Gros
  • Aziz F. Zambak
  • Machine Intentionality, the Moral Status of Machines, and the Composition Problem
  • David Leech Anderson
  • Risks and Mitigation Strategies for Oracle AI
  • Stuart Armstrong
  • The Past, Present, and Future Encounters between Computation and the Humanities
  • Stefano Franchi
  • Being-in-the-AmI: Pervasive Computing from Phenomenological Perspective
  • Gagan Deep Kaur
  • The Influence of Engineering Theory and Practice on Philosophy of AI
  • C.S. Peirce and Artificial Intelligence: Historical Heritage and (New) Theoretical Stakes
  • Viola Schiaffonati and Mario Verdicchio
  • Artificial Intelligence Safety Engineering: Why Machine Ethics Is a Wrong Approach
  • Roman V. Yampolskiy
  • What to Do with the Singularity Paradox?
  • Pierre Steiner
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Body: Dreyfus, Bickhard, and the Future of AI
  • Daniel Susser
  • Introducing Experion as a Primal Cognitive Unit of Neural Processing
  • Oscar Vilarroya
  • The Frame Problem
  • Autonomy Approach versus Designer Approach
  • Computation & Method -- Cognition -- Ethics & Society
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000738738
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9783642316739
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2012941517
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000738738

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