Before one can understand artificial intelligence one must understand the real thing.
This book has lots of fin diagrams as it explained the complexities of what is not... Read more
I've never read anything as brilliant as this book. It's easy to read and couldn't put it downPublished on Dec 5 2004 by Jean Legros
Marvin Minsky are great scientist, but he and the crowd are mistaken.
Intelligence can't be artificial. Only system could. Read more
like Darwin's epiphany- Minsky's genius has revealed an idea that once understood- it is almost unquestionable- and makes you shout "Of course! Read morePublished on Jan. 23 2004 by T. Aubuchon
I work in virtual human technology and Minsky has long been an inspiration. I can't just sit down and read this stuff through, I have to think about it in chunks. Read morePublished on Feb. 6 2003 by Quinbould
Minsky can't claim he knows how the mind works. However, he can claim he knows how to make mind-like things; as one of the persons turning dirt into a thinking machine on your... Read morePublished on Oct. 14 2002 by Brandon E. Wolfe
I think this book is the closest and encomassing theory about the workings of the mind, as compared to other theories like neural network, expert systems in the field of AI. Read morePublished on March 28 2002 by Naveed Ahmad
Minsky's book isn't terribly profound or monumental. Most of his claims are purely his own philosophies, without much scientific backing. Read morePublished on Nov. 28 2001 by Andrew Fischer