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Simulating the Mind : The Mental Apparatus - A Technical Neuropsychoanalytical Approach
Dietrich, Dietmar, Georg Fodor, Gerhard Zucker and Dietmar Bruckner (Eds)
Springer (Verlag) / Hardcover / 2008-11-01 / 3211094504
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This is first book to fully address the disparate languages existing between computer scientists and neuro-pyschologists in the common field of artificial intelligence. It fosters the existing cooperation between engineers and neuro-psychoanalysts, which we call the fifth generation of artificial intelligence: The technical implementation of the neuro-psychoanalytical model for use in automation systems. Research in this direction is vital for future improvement of automation systems. Included are solicited contributions from leading experts in the fields of process automation, building automation, industry automation, (traditional) artificial intelligence, and neuro-psychoanalysis. This work is not about a behavior-prediction model or a statistical model about humansa (TM) behavior, but rather is focuses on a functional model of human mental functions. This approach seems to be most promising for creating machines with human-like intelligence in future times.

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