Principia Intellegentia: The Principals Governing Human and Machine Intelligence

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Allied Publishers, Jul 14, 2009 - Computers - 260 pages
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 Principia Intellegentia makes the case for considering the phenomenon of intelligence in humans to be entirely bound up with their individual ability to earn. It dose this by setting out a high-level description of how humans learn, and then showing how this description for many aspects of the human condition. In addition, Principia Intellegentia makes the case for applying this same description to the design of learning algorithms for automated computing machines, thereby addressing the greatest intellectual challenge of our age: the quest for artificial intelligence.

This book is a scientific monograph that describes original contributions to a wide variety of fields including neuroscience, psychology, sociology, artificial intelligence, and the philosophy of science. However, it has been written in a style that makes it accessible to the intelligent mom-expert, such that it may be classified as 'popular science'. This combination invites comparison with great works of mass appel such as The Origin of species, The Golden Bought and The Structure of Scientific Revolutions.


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 Roger Kingdon a research scientist working for the UK government. Science leaving University in 1987, he has been in continuous full time employment in a number of government or privatised laboratories, undertaking scientific research in a wide range of applications, the common disciplines being physics, mathematics, engineering and computing. 

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