Brain Theory pp 193-210
Associative Processing in Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence
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- Lansner A. (1986) Associative Processing in Brain Theory and Artificial Intelligence. In: Palm G., Aertsen A. (eds) Brain Theory. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
The goal of brain theory is to uncover the mechanisms behind biological information processing and intelligence. One hopes eventually to understand the whole range of behavior in animals and in man in terms of the structure and operation of the neuronal circuitry of their brains. To actually create some kind of intelligent device which is the aim artificial intelligence (AI) is clearly a different goal. Yet, it is obvious that these two fields are closely related.
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