[First appeared in LinkedIn on July 30, 2017]
For several years leading up to 1950, there was considerable debate about what it means for computers to be intelligent and on the differences between human versus artificial intelligence. There was a lot of angst based on interpretations from theology, mathematics, consciousness, etc.
[First appeared in LinkedIn on June 27, 2017]
The legal field is arguably one of the more difficult challenges to Artificial Intelligence, if not the most boring for most humans. AI is now tackling that challenge head on with a number of startups.
Co-authors: P.G. Reddy and K.C. Reddy
Chapter in book: Artificial Intelligence in Engineering: Tools and Techniques, Eds. Sriram D. and Adey, R.A., Computational Mechanics Publications, 1987, pp. 197-218
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