Ways of Thinking: The Limits of Rational Thought and Artificial Intelligence

Ways of Thinking The Limits of Rational Thought and Artificial Intelligence This book goes right into the the causes and reasons of the diversity of ways of thinking It is about the tricks of how our thinking works and about the efforts and failures of artificial intelligence

  • Title: Ways of Thinking: The Limits of Rational Thought and Artificial Intelligence
  • Author: Mérő László Viktor Mészáros
  • ISBN: 9789810202675
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Paperback
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    This book goes right into the the causes and reasons of the diversity of ways of thinking It is about the tricks of how our thinking works and about the efforts and failures of artificial intelligence It discusses what can and cannot be expected of intelligent computers, and provides an insight into the deeper layers of the mechanism of our thinking An enjoyable pieceThis book goes right into the the causes and reasons of the diversity of ways of thinking It is about the tricks of how our thinking works and about the efforts and failures of artificial intelligence It discusses what can and cannot be expected of intelligent computers, and provides an insight into the deeper layers of the mechanism of our thinking An enjoyable piece of reading, this thought provoking book is also an exciting mental adventure for those with little or no computer competence at all.

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    • Vikas Erraballi says:

      High level framework for conceptualizing different modes of thinking, useful in and of itself if you're locked into only appreciating logical/rational intelligence. It goes further by considering the implications of the theory to the development (and limitations) of artificial intelligence at the time. Will need to come back to it after brushing up bit on current AI developments to see how much or how little of the ideas in here have been put into practice. The basic trick seem to be the ability [...]

    • Orban says:

      I was reading slowly very slowly, mostly because of the family time.The biggest learning was that we need to keep to study a domain for about 10 years minimum to achieve the level of a grandmaster, then our way of thinking becomes intuitional again, we express ourselves using analogies :)The second learning was that even formal logic is not capable of derive everything. So we need to use other paradigm. Or maybe other ways of thinking than the rational one like holistic way of thinking or mistic [...]

    • Jon says:

      Quite possibly the most thought-provoking book I've ever read. This is one that will be revisited many times throughout my life.

    • Jozsef says:

      Nagyon gyorsan olvastam, szinte alig tudtam letenni a könyvet annyira izgalmasnak találtam. azoknak tudom ajánlani akik szeretnének egy átfogó képet kapni arról hogy épül fel az emberi gondolkodás. megismerhetjük a keleti / nyugati gondolkodásmódok közötti különbségeket. Rengeteg kiváló példát és kísérletet mutat be a szerző hogy közelebb hozza az átlag olvasó számára is a sokszor elvont, hétköznapi életünkben rejtetten maradó gondolkodási elveket.

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