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Chapter 7.1 - Chapter 7 Thinking, Intelligence, and...

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Chapter 7 – Thinking, Intelligence, and Language Cognition o The way in which information is processed and manipulated in remembering, thinking, and knowing. o Analogy between the human cognition and computers: Human Computers Input Input Brain, mind, cognition (memory, problem solving, reasoning, consciousness) Hardware and software (memory, operational) Output Output Artificial Intelligence o A scientific field that focuses on creating machines capable of performing activities that require intelligence when they are done by people.
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o Helpful in tasks that need speed, persistence, and vast memory Thinking o The mental process of manipulating information mentally by forming concepts, solving problems, making decisions, and reflecting critically or creatively. Concepts o A mental category that is used to group objects, events, and characteristics. Allow us to generalize Allow us to associate experiences and objects Ex: sports Aid memory by making it more efficient so that we don’t have to reinvent
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