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Routledge Library Editions: Artificial Intelligence

    2724 Pages
    by Routledge

    "Artificial Intelligence" (AI) a term coined in the 1950s actually dates back as far as 1943. Now very much in the public consciousness, AI research has fallen in and out of favour over the years. Routledge Library Editions: Artificial Intelligence (10 Volumes) brings together as one set, or individual volumes, a small interdisciplinary series of previously out-of-print titles, originally published between 1970 and 1994. Covering ground in computer science, literature, philosophy, psychology, psychotherapy and sociology, this set is a fascinating insight into the development of ideas surrounding AI.

    1) The Computer Simulation of Behaviour Michael J. Apter (1970)

    2) The Question of Artificial Intelligence: Philosophical and Sociological Perspectives Brian Bloomfield (Ed.) (1987)

    3) Artificial Intelligence: The Case Against Rainer Born (Ed.) (1987)

    4) Novice Programming Environments: Explorations in Human-computer Interaction and Artificial Intelligence Marc Eisenstadt, Mark T. Keane & Tim Rajan (Eds) (1992)

    5) Artificial Intelligence: Its Philosophy and Neural Context F.H. George (1986)

    6) Simulating Societies: the Computer Simulation of Social Phenomena Nigel Gilbert & Jim Doran (Eds) (1994)

    7) The Industrialization of Intelligence: Mind and Machine in the Modern Age Noah Kennedy (1989)

    8) The Soft Machine: Cybernetic Fiction David Porush (1985)

    9) The Artificial Life Route to Artificial Intelligence: Building Embodied, Situated Agents Luc Steels & Rodney Brooks (Eds) (1995)

    10) Computer Psychotherapy Systems: Theory and Research Foundations Morton Wagman (1988)


    Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field