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Computer power and human reason
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Computer Power and Human Reason, published in , remains one of the best books ever written about computing and its human implications. It's dated in some its details, but its messages seem as relevant, and as troubling, as ever. A third reason is that even if you have sufficient computing power, that is surprisingly unimportant; what you really need are good heuristics to make use of your computing power efficiently. Any nontrivial problem is too complex to brute-force by any conceivable computer, so simply increasing computing power without improving your heuristics.
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This book examines these as thoughtfully as any book on the topic. Yes, Weizenbaum got some things wrong, but he's still among the most prescient writers on the topic, 35 years later!, and the ethical basis of the book--the reason we all should read it, whether or not our livelihood depends on knowing anything about computers--is well nigh eternal/5(17).
Computer Power and Human Reason is a distinguished computer scientist's elucidation of the impact of scientific rationality on man's self-image.
Cited By Wegerif R and Major L () Buber, educational technology, and the expansion of dialogic space, AI & Society,(), Online publication date: 1-Mar computer power and human reason from judgment to calculation joseph weizenbaum the of w. freeman and company new york san francisco introduction 1 on tools 17 where the power of the computer comes from 39 how computers work 73 science and the compulsive programmer theories and models computer models in psychology the computer File Size: 5MB.
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Cited By Stahl B, Timmermans J and Mittelstadt B () The Ethics of Computing, ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR). 图书Computer Power and Human Reason 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐 But a major point of thisbook is precisely that weï¼Œ all of usï¼Œ have made the world too muchinto a computerï¼Œ and that this remaking of the world in the image ofthe computer started long before there were any electronic comput-ers Author: Joseph Weizenbaum.
Buy Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgement to Calculation New edition by Weizenbaum, Joseph (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(12). Reviews of Joseph Weizenbaum's book "Computer Power and Human Reason" Physical Description: 1 document Donor tags: AI and Social issues Series: Box: 46 Folder: 3 Folder Name: Weigenbaum Book Reviews Location: Call Number: SC, Accession:Box: 46, Folder: 3 Notes: Manuscript (); Very controversial book.
Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgment to Calculation by Joseph Weizenbaum ratings, average rating, 21 reviews Computer Power and Human Reason Quotes Showing of 6 “Our time prides itself on having finally achieved the freedom from censorship for Cited by: The book component of The New Media Reader contains writings and images from computer scientists, artists, architects, literary writers, interface designers, cultural critics, and individuals working across disciplines.
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Computer Power and Human Reason is Weizenbaum’s exploration of his own misgivings about technology and Artificial Intelligence. It is more philosophical than technical, but offers a few detailed chapters that provide a foundation for the person who is not a computer scientist.
Computer Power and Human Reason ; “Technology Assailed by Angry Humanist” would be an apt headline in The Onion, the satirical weekly newspaper known to most of its readers through the Web.
Dire warnings about computers have frequently issued from non-computer-using authors who have only superficially considered, or evenFile Size: KB. The book mentions some important concerns Joseph Weizenbaum (Computer Power and Human Reason [San.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: On tools --Where the power of the computer comes from --How computers work --Science and the compulsive programmer --Theories and models --Computer models in psychology --The computer and natural language --Artificial intelligence --Incomprehensive.
COMPUTER POWER & HUMAN REASONCOMPUTER POWER & HUMAN REASON S ome researchers believe that machines will eventually have genuine mental lives: they will see, think, believe, feel, desire, wonder, infer, investigate, etc. This does not mean that machines will merely act like they think, etc.; it means they will think, period.
The underlying ra. Computer Power and Human Reason2, though you’d be hard-pressed to hear that coming from the denizens of the counting houses. Most don’t know what hit them.
They might try reading the book. In it, Weizenbaum, one of the pioneers of artificial intelligence, expresses his grave concern about the lure of “thinking machines”.Computer Power and Human Reason 1. Weizenbaum states that there are some things computers ought not do.
What does he identify in this category and what is his reasoning? 2. What are you opinions about the answer to #1 above; do you agree or disagree with Weizenbaum.
Justify your opinion.×10 27 Estimated computational power required to simulate all humans that have ever lived: approximately (±) × 10 11 human brains in real time.
4×10 48 Estimated computational power of a Matrioshka brain, where the power source is the Sun, the outermost layer operates at 10 kelvins, and the constituent parts operate at or near.