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Can Machines Think? AI in History, Philosophy, and Fiction (COR2209)

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The newest development in machine learning methods, such as Deep Neural Networks, brought about ubiquitous proclamations of a radical societal change. Amidst utopian visions of technological enthusiasts and dystopian scenarios advanced by the sceptics that proliferate in media, some basic questions about the aims and the tools of AI remain obscured. "Can Machines think ?” This class takes one of the central questions addressed to and by the proponents of the AI, artists, and philosophers as a...


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