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1 CS 2710, ISSP 2610 Foundations of Artificial Intelligence introduction
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2 4 Views of AI Think like humans Think rationally Act like humans Act rationally
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Acting Like Humans? Turing (1950)  “Can machines think?”   “Can machines behave  intelligently?” Operational test for intelligent behavior: the  Imitation Game 3
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Player C tries to determine which of A and B are  human/computer 4
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Turing Test Anticipated the major arguments against AI in the  next 50 years Suggested the major components of AI:  knowledge, reasoning, language understanding,  learning Though, not reproducible or formally evaluable;  this isn’t how we evaluate AI methods 5
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Thinking Like Humans? The cognitive science approach: 1960’s “cognitive revolution”:  information-processing psychology  replaced prevailing orthodoxy of behaviorism  (by the early 1980’s) Cognitive Science: predicting and testing behavior of human 
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