Information Technology: A Philosophical Inquiry into the Mechanisation and Ownership of Intelligence
Tayler, Keith Warren Hosking 2001. Information Technology: A Philosophical Inquiry into the Mechanisation and Ownership of Intelligence. PhD Thesis University of East London East London Business School
|Authors||Tayler, Keith Warren Hosking|
The main puipose of this thesis is to show that some AI research is a pseudoscience and tends towards intellectually dishonesty, and that it ma}' have a deleterious influence upon other research into machine intelligence, and possibly science and technology in general. The Introduction outlines the antitheorists and pluralist position I take throughout the thesis and draws on the approach and work of Wittgenstein and Isaiah Berlin.
|Keywords||Science, technology, and social change; Artificial Intelligence research; Machine intelligence|
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|Deposited||10 Mar 2014|
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