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Intelligente Maschinen?

  • Ingeborg Steinacker
Part of the Leitfäden der angewandten Informatik book series (XLAI, volume 2)

Zusammenfassung

Artificial Intelligence (AI) wird von Minsky (68) so definiert:

„Artificial Intelligence ist die Beschäftigung mit den Methoden, die es den Computern ermöglichen, Aufgaben zu lösen, zu deren Lösung Intelligenz notwendig ist, wenn sie vom Menschen durchgeführt werden.“

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