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Recent Technical Developments

Attitudes and Paradigms
  • Jacques Berleur
  • Klaus Brunnstein

Abstract

Alarge part of the current literature emphasizes the new “revolutions” we will ave to face. Information, communication, cognition, intelligence sciences are supposed to be on the way to being renewed! Pretentious declarations and unsubstantiated claims abound and must be closely and discerningly scrutinized. We need at least some order in the presentation of what is new, to ask ourselves “which orientations?” according to “which principles?”, “for whom?” and “for what?”.

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Expert System Knowledge Representation Human Mind Neural Computer Very Long Instruction Word 
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