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Title: Can Deep Blue™ make us happy? Reflections on human and artificial expertise
Authors: Gobet, F
Keywords: expertise
rationality
intuition
bounded rationality
chess
Kasparov
Deep Blue
Hubert Dreyfus
artificial intelligence
complexity
happiness
cognitive limits
Publication Date: 1997
Publisher: AAAI Press
Citation: AAAI-97 Workshop: Deep Blue vs. Kasparov: The Significance for Artificial Intelligence, p. 20-23. AAAI Press: Technical Report WS-97-04.
Abstract: Sadly, progress in AI has confirmed earlier conclusions, reached using formal domains, about the strict limits of human information processing and has also shown that these limits are only partly remedied by intuition. More positively, AI offers mankind a unique avenue to circumvent its cognitive limits: (1) by acting as a prosthesis extending processing capacity and size of the knowledge base; (2) by offering tools for studying our own cognition; and (3) as a consequence of the previous item, by developing tools that increase the quality and quantity of our own thinking. These ideas are illustrated with chess expertise.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/2264
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