This book may now be read on-line, here.
Whoever Said Computers Would Be Intelligent? is a 280-page review of the subject of artificial intelligence, woven from over 500 quotations, both pertinent and impertinent. It surveys the development of AI from Pascal's calculators to modern space probes, using the words of those engaged in AI research and other commentators. The book is intended for anyone with a general interest in AI but who would find a typical AI textbook too daunting.
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