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Author: Bailey, J.
Title: After Thought: The Computer Challenge to Human Intelligence
Date: 1996 New York
Publisher: Basic Books
James Bailey has great credentials. He participated in the cybernetic revolution with some of the early innovators at Thinking Machines, Inc. In this book, he looks at the fundamental differences between human thought and computer information processing. As computers assume more complex capabilities and more intelligent tasks, the way we think about thinking and the patterns of our lives will change radically. If you do not find this book thought provoking, maybe you should try Green Eggs and Ham.
cybernetics
information/entropy
computing
ethics
philosophy
perception
science fiction

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