e-book: The Age of Intelligent Machines

THE AGE OF INTELLIGENT MACHINES | Chapter 3: Mathematical Roots

September 24, 2001
Author:
Ray Kurzweil

From Ray Kurzweil’s revolutionary book The Age of Intelligent Machines, published in 1990.… read more

THE AGE OF INTELLIGENT MACHINES | Chapter 4: The Formula for Intelligence

September 24, 2001
Author:
Ray Kurzweil

From Ray Kurzweil’s revolutionary book The Age of Intelligent Machines, published in 1990.… read more

THE AGE OF INTELLIGENT MACHINES | A NOR B–The Basis of Intelligence?

September 24, 2001
Author:
Ray Kurzweil

From Ray Kurzweil’s revolutionary book The Age of Intelligent Machines, published in 1990.… read more

THE AGE OF INTELLIGENT MACHINES | Chapter 5: Mechanical Roots

September 24, 2001
Author:
Ray Kurzweil

From Ray Kurzweil’s revolutionary book The Age of Intelligent Machines, published in 1990.… read more

THE AGE OF INTELLIGENT MACHINES | Chapter 6: Electronic Roots

September 24, 2001
Author:
Ray Kurzweil

From Ray Kurzweil’s revolutionary book The Age of Intelligent Machines, published in 1990.… read more

THE AGE OF INTELLIGENT MACHINES | Chapter 7: The Moving Frontier

September 24, 2001
Author:
Ray Kurzweil

From Ray Kurzweil’s revolutionary book The Age of Intelligent Machines, published in 1990.… read more

THE AGE OF INTELLIGENT MACHINES | Chapter 8: The Search for Knowledge

September 24, 2001
Author:
Ray Kurzweil

From Ray Kurzweil’s revolutionary book The Age of Intelligent Machines, published in 1990.… read more

THE AGE OF INTELLIGENT MACHINES | An Expert System for Automotive Diagnosis

September 24, 2001
Author:
Ray Kurzweil

From Ray Kurzweil’s revolutionary book The Age of Intelligent Machines, published in 1990.… read more

THE AGE OF INTELLIGENT MACHINES | The Significance of Fifth-Generation Computer Systems

September 24, 2001
Author:
Kazuhiro Fuchi

Since 1982 Kazuhiro Fuchi has been director of the Research Center of the Institute for New Generation Computer Technology (ICOT, also known as the Fifth-Generation Computer System Project). He is editor of the journal New Generation Computing and author of numerous articles on cutting-edge computer technology in Japan.

The Fifth-Generation Computer System (FGCS) Project was inaugurated in 1983. I would like to report on the significance of the project today. The word “significance” is quite hard to define. It will probably be given different definitions by different people. To put it most simply, if I say the project will be useful or profitable, some people may think it is very significant. Since, however, profit is a very tough subject for me to deal with, I would like to see the significance of the project from a different perspective.

THE AGE OF INTELLIGENT MACHINES | Intelligent Knowledge-Based Systems–AI in the U.K.

September 24, 2001
Author:
Ray Kurzweil

From Ray Kurzweil’s revolutionary book The Age of Intelligent Machines, published in 1990.… read more

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