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Computation and the Three Worlds

Radovan, Mario (2000) Computation and the Three Worlds. Minds and Machines (10). pp. 255-265.

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Discussions about the achievements and limitations of the various approaches to the development of intelligent systems can have an essential impact on empirically based research, and with that also on the future development of computer technologies. However, such discussions are often based on vague concepts and assumptions. In this context, we claim that the proposed `three-world ontology'' offers the most appropriate conceptual framework in which the basic problems concerned with cognition and computation can be suitably expressed and discussed, although the solutions of some of these problems seem to lie beyond the horizon of our current understanding. We stress the necessity to differentiate between authentic and functional cognitive abilities ; although computation is not a plausible way towards authentic intelligence, we claim that computational systems do offer virtually unlimited possibilities to replicate and surpass human cognitive abilities on the functional level.

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Tip objekta: Članak
Ključni pojmovi: mind, computation, subjectivity, understanding, intelligence, thinking, creating, three-world ontology
Teme: 0 Općenito > 004 Računalstvo, Računalna znanost i tehnologija
Odjeli: Fakultet ekonomije i turizma "Dr. Mijo Mirković"
Datum pohrane: 24 Feb 2014 12:55
Zadnja promjena: 24 Feb 2014 12:55
URI: http://eknjiznica.unipu.hr/id/eprint/3607

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